Looks like we weren't the only newsroom without many clattering keys, as evidenced by the dearth of news in today's digest. But here we go...
Spread Summer Streets, it's the Brooklyn way.
The 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy brought a renewed focus on New York’s resiliency measures — but as Dave Colon recently pointed out in Streetsblog, we’re not ready for a Sandy sequel.
Parking mandates are an obstacle to sustainable communities: remove them and more apartments will be built at the expense of space for cars. But we need to do more.
The big news over the holiday weekend was Council Member Vickie Paladino's out-of-the-blue attack on constituents and officials who prefer safe streets to the current congestion and anarchy. Plus other news.
More zoning codes are calling for infrastructure that facilitates walking, bicycling, and non-automotive travel in daily life, a new study finds.