Born and raised in Washington, D.C. and Maryland, David fell in love with journalism as a kid accompanying his reporter dad on stories while school was out. A reporter at Streetsblog from 2015 to 2019, David returned as Streetsblog Deputy Editor in 2023 after a three-year stint at the New York Post. A graduate of Montgomery Blair High School and the University of Maryland, he lives in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
NYC Mayor Uses Flimsy Data to Blame E-bikes for Rise in Cycling Deaths
The "proliferation" of e-bikes is "driving" a surge in cyclist death this year, City Hall claimed Tuesday.
Crunching the Data on NYC’s Record-Setting Year For Cyclist Deaths
Ninety-four percent of the year's record-setting number of bike deaths occurred on streets without protected bike lanes.
NYPD All But Abandons Idling Enforcement Amid Climate Crisis
The number of idling violations issued by NYPD is down 99 percent from five years ago, according to publicly available stats.
Q&A: Two Barcelona Bike Activists On Mobilizing Against ‘Bikelash’
Streetsblog sat down with two cycling advocates from Barcelona to discuss their strategies for combating “bikelash.”
NY Gov. Goes Full-Speed Ahead on Congestion Pricing
Drivers stuck in congestion have an "incredible alternative," the governor said — "public transportation."