A permanent outdoor dining program should come with a side of parks, a group of experts argues in a new report outlining the future of the program.
The Department of Transportation has not moved forward with a series of ambitious rule changes that would have improved cycling and encouraged more people to get around on two wheels, Streetsblog has learned.
It’s hard to believe that the MTA is pushing the same tired narrative that people feel the system is unsafe and crime-filled will attract people to return.
We're going to take today off to spend four hours on various trains, subways and feet to visit relatives in the country, but we'll be back on Friday with a heaping dose of news leftovers. Enjoy your holiday.
Imagine a world where every cell phone in every pocket in America could be instantly transformed into a portable traffic camera, capable of issuing misbehaving motorists a ticket with little more than a few swipes on a touch screen.
We had already read about it in Time Out New York's rare scoop last week, but the Adams administration released the details of its Fifth Avenue holiday open street plan yesterday — and it puts the "wonderful" in the "most wonderful time of the year." Plus other news.