Even though there's only been a doze-plus episodes, "War on Cars" has struck a nerve in ways that no other podcast could.
Last October, the Department of Transportation presented to Community Board 7 a $150- to 200-million plan to renovate the Rotunda at West 79th Street in Riverside Park. The Rotunda is topped by a traffic circle that cyclists use to get to the Hudson River Greenway, the busiest bike route in the country. For years, cyclists […]
Mayor de Blasio did the thing. And everyone reacted. But here at Streetsblog, we were rocked by two personal — make that personnel — announcements. Click the headline above to find out more — and get your full news digest!
As Manhattan CB 7's transportation committee sees it, the very presence free on-street parking on the Upper West Side only serves to exacerbate congestion. On Tuesday, the panel demanded an end to it entirely.
A cyclist who was hit last week in Crown Heights has died of his injuries — the 10th cyclist to be killed this year — and police blamed him for his own death.
But Corey Johnson doubles-down on his call for city control of the transit system in an exciting Hunter College panel on Wednesday night.