The biggest story of the day was Mayor Adams's holiday wonderland on a car-free Fifth Avenue. But there was a lot of other news this weekend!
New York just got more room to celebrate the holidays this year — well, only on Sundays.
The city is doubling down on its delay at giving more space to cyclists and pedestrians on the Queensboro Bridge, even as the agency's own data show that the span had the highest annual increase in bike traffic.
The city is considering long-term traffic-calming — without barriers — on W. 22nd Street as a handful of residents is trying to kill the open street outright.
"We can certainly turn around our deadly trends. Sarah, other victims, and so many families mourning this holiday season deserve at least as much."
On November 8, voters across the country approved nearly $3.6 billion dollars in local funding for new bicycle infrastructure. Here are a few notable measures from across the country.