Dave Colon Recent Posts STREETSBLOG NYC Started Biking During COVID-19? Surprise: You're an Activist Now. By Dave Colon | Mar 25, 2020 | No Comments You might have started riding your bike just to cope with cabin fever. But if you want to keep riding after COVID-19 is over, please: join us in the fight for safer streets. STREETSBLOG NYC Why NYC is Responding to Coronavirus with Group Rides By Dave Colon | Mar 16, 2020 | No Comments If you're skipping the regular train, but your boss is still insisting you head to the office, take some advice and jump on a bike train this week. This post is supported by STREETSBLOG NYC New York May Create a ‘Crash Victims Bill of Rights’ By Dave Colon | Mar 4, 2020 | No Comments Families for Safe Streets pioneers a first-in-the-nation plan to give victims of road violence the same rights that crime victims have. This post is supported by STREETSBLOG NYC NY Gov. Vetoes Popular Bill to Legalize E-Bikes By Gersh Kuntzman and Dave Colon | Dec 26, 2019 | No Comments A terrible blow to workers who are frequently targeted by NYPD officers. STREETSBLOG NYC Overpolicing Starts Underground in NYC By Dave Colon | Nov 14, 2019 | No Comments Guess this is why they don't call it the Mathematics Transportation Authority. STREETSBLOG NYC Lyft Brings E-Bikes to SF, But Not NYC (Yet) By Dave Colon | Nov 12, 2019 | No Comments What are we, chopped liver? STREETSBLOG NYC Kiss Me On The Bus(way): A Transit Playlist By Dave Colon | Nov 8, 2019 | No Comments What we need is music to remind us of the joy, the efficiency and yes, the messiness of the bus and the train. And we at Streetsblog have put together a whole playlist about our humble transit system. Give a listen! STREETSBLOG NYC Car-Free Busway is Frankly a Big Success By Dave Colon | Oct 8, 2019 | No Comments "The street looks better, it's nice," one customer at Joe's Pizza said. "It's ridiculous, I don't know any New Yorker who would take a cab just to get a slice of pizza." STREETSBLOG NYC Tactical Urbanism — With Toilet Plungers! By Dave Colon | Jul 10, 2019 | No Comments Turning mixing zones into plunger zones led to a huge increase in safe driving.