Our years of ceaseless coverage of the movement for livable streets continue to pay dividends, most recently with Monday's editorial in the New York Times. Plus all the other news from yesterday.
The shared bike and pedestrian path on the Queensboro Bridge is already completely unsafe — and we have it documented in black, white and way too much red.
If you don't build it, they will come — and get hurt.
Mayor de Blasio doesn't see anything wrong with sidewalks crowded with Christmas trees — in fact, he sees it as part of the "magic" of the holiday season — even though his administration is still recommending that people stay six feet apart at all times.
Not enough cyclists are taking advantage of leading pedestrian intervals — so here's our film to celebrate the life-saving safety improvement.
Yes, welcome to late fall, and the Department of Transportation's seasonal discrimination against pedestrians — otherwise known as Christmas! Plus all the other news of the weekend.