One year after a cyclist was killed by a bus driver on one of Central Park's transverses, nothing has changed to make riding crosstown through the park safer, a flagrant disregard for the memory of the beloved doctor and a simple lack of ongoing concern for bike riders.
Those who kill or maim rarely face such scrutiny before being allowed to return to the roads. Collision investigations ought to build in that capability.
Can e-bikes help Americans quash their car habits? Streetsblog USA Editor Kea Wilson says yes.
Today is famously the day when so many New York drivers forget that it's a holiday even though it's a regular weekday and forget to pay for parking in commercial zones. Plus all the other news from yesterday.
We're not going to have much to say today because we're making that buttermilk-brined turkey that everyone is talking about (don't bother clicking the link if you didn't start brining yesterday!), but we did want to give you some news!
Our national treasure cartoonist reminds us that the original sin of Vision Zero is that roads in wealthy neighborhoods are safer than those in lower-income communities.