A pedestrian was struck and killed by a truck driver at a busy Midtown intersection on Thursday morning — and the NYPD said in its preliminary report that the dead man "walked in front" of a moving tractor trailer.
Tom DiNapoli says that the regional transit agency is facing a $2.5-billion annual operating deficit in 2025 — and more in the "out" years — if it does not restore ridership to pre-pandemic levels that no one thinks is possible.
What if outdoor dining had been a thing in Edward Hopper's day? Our graphics team imagined the possibilities!
These delivery robots will struggle in its promise to reduce car and truck deliveries — to say nothing of conflicts with pedestrians, a new study finds.
A panel of state judges has stalled a community lawsuit against the city's open restaurant program — but not because the suit lacks merit, but simply because it's too early to claim damages from an initiative that is in the middle of a legislative process to become a permanent fixture of New York City life.
Yesterday's news was dominated, as it so often is, by Streetsblog — which made a rare (and positive!) appearance on the Post editorial page. Plus other news.