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.
In communities across America, people are getting angry about traffic violence. But what does it take to turn that anger to a full-blown movement, with neighbors fighting alongside one another to change the status quo?
Here at Streetsblog, we write a lot about car crashes — but when it comes to the impact they have on individuals and communities, it's best to hear from the victims themselves.
The chair of the Council's oversight committee will consider investigating the Department of Transportation for a pattern of claiming significant street safety improvements, yet failing to provide evidence of same.
On Monday, the talk was all about garbage. But there was other news, too.