Delivery Companies Don’t Want to Supply Delivery Workers With Safe Batteries and Bikes
Bronx Council Member Oswald Feliz introduced the legislation, but the tech companies don't like it.
One Year Later, NYC Delivery Workers Are Still Waiting for Their Charging Hubs
More than a year — and a dozen-plus fatal fires — since the city announced charging stations for delivery workers, the hubs aren't ready,
Amazon Stops Selling New Yorkers Illegal Batteries After City Cease-and-Desist Letter
Following a cease-and-desist letter from the city, Amazon, at least, has partially reformed its illegal ways.
Labor Gains: NYC Judge Tosses App Giants’ Suit to Stop Deliverista Minimum Wage
Justice Nicholas Moyne cleared the way for a long-delayed wage hike for workers who brave dangerous roads to bring food directly to New Yorkers.
The Explainer: What’s the Idea Behind a NYC Law to Register E-Bikes?
A very controversial bill from a noted opponent of efforts to boost cycling has everyone in town — except its supporters — talking.
Grocery Delivery May Not Reduce Driving As Proponents Claim, Data Show
Is grocery delivery a "sustainable practice, or congestion generator and environmental burden?" a new paper asks.
Cycle of Rage: The Park Slope Food Coop May Embrace Worker Exploitation
Why is the famously liberal member-run supermarket about to get in bed with delivery companies?
NYC Mayor Announces $20 Minimum Wage for Deliveristas
"Our delivery workers have consistently delivered for us — now, we are delivering for them."