NYC Cyclist Deaths On Pace for Worst Year in HistoryBy Kevin Duggan | | No Comments
"We're alarmed by the increase in bike riders killed in traffic violence so far this year," said Transportation Alternatives.
EXCLU: Many MTA Board Members Barely Use Their Free MetroCardsBy Kevin Duggan | | No Comments
Whatever happened to first-hand knowledge?
Pandemic Dining Program Added Outdoor Cafés to 17 Neighborhoods that Never Had ThemBy Kevin Duggan | | No Comments
And the "open restaurants" initiative was also a boon to especially blue collar districts of color outside of Manhattan, according to a new report.
New York’s Mayor Adams Will Create a ‘Public Realm Czar’By Kevin Duggan | | No Comments
The new public space czar would become the central node to oversee the different agencies that affect all public realm policies and projects, including the departments of Transportation, Parks, and Sanitation.
Going in Circles: Laws to Tame Helicopters Struggle to Take OffBy Kevin Duggan | | No Comments
Helicopters are like the weather: Everyone complains about them, but no one fixes the problem. Here's our deep dive into how all three branches of government have failed the public.
Elon Musk’s Twitter Locks Out A Watchdog Placard Abuse AccountBy Kevin Duggan | | No Comments
Does Elon Musk have a problem with public officials being called out for corruption?