That's 55 percent more than the original cost estimate — and not something that city bean counters were likely to miss.
The city's conversion of its best open streets continues with changes coming to Vanderbilt and Underhill avenues.
We'll be back tomorrow with a full slate of news that we ripped off from everyone else.
A disappointingly small federal fund to repair the devastation inflicted by highway builders on predominantly Black, brown, and poor communities is now accepting applications. But more needs to be done.
Once again, more evidence that e-bikes are not causing a "bloody battle" on New York City streets.
When it comes to "get stuff done," this is the low-hanging fruit.