Newsday published a pro-driver take on a promising school bus camera program that was a particularly egregious example of a bunch of suburban editors reflexively siding with whining, entitled drivers over kids. Plus other news.
Sen. Kristen Gillibrand on Monday joined fellow federal, state, and local pols to announce an $18-million federal grant to redesign dangerous Delancey Street with accessibility upgrades, a separated bike lane, and a road diet — but New York's two-term senator didn’t know what a road diet is.
For the past century, the public and private sector appear to have agreed on one thing: the more parking, the better. But we see signs that that’s finally starting to change.
The MTA could avert plans to hike subway and bus fares to nearly $3 if lawmakers come up with another $350 million in annual funding, its chairperson and CEO Janno Lieber said Monday.
Friday, Feb. 17 will mark two decades since London inaugurated congestion charging — and the latest data continue to show that it's been an unqualified success.
A new federal "mega-grant" program will fund major safety and transit projects that have been at the top of sustainable transportation advocates' wishlists for years ... along with business-as-usual highway expansion projects that could negate those mega-gains.