Forgive us for getting so excited last week about the Union Square Partnership's $100-million plan to add 33 percent more public space to the park and to rein in car drivers. The business improvement group set us straight yesterday. Plus all the other news.
The Department of Transportation may be moving forward with a welter of ambitious rule changes designed to make cycling safer and less likely to attract the attention of police.
Our national treasure cartoonist, Bill Roundy, is sick of how the Department of Transportation always chooses the long cut of delay, over-analysis and fake consensus-building instead of just improving the lives of transit users.
The mayor of Yonkers loves e-scooters, but points out that there are "clearly areas of improvement that must be addressed ... to make serious strides towards our ambitious sustainability and traffic reduction goals."
“The majority of New Yorkers want streets that prioritize people,” Transportation Alternatives Executive Director Danny Harris said.
We are sick of cars! Plus all the other news of the day.