We're off today to honor Martin Luther King Jr. but we'll be back tomorrow with our usual delightful mix of coverage. Until then, here are some headlines you might have missed from the weekend.
There are good reasons of efficiency and fairness for asking parking lot owners to pay more toward dealing with the costs they impose. A tax on parking could be one way to get it done.
Transit advocates are applauding President-elect Biden's COVID-19 relief plan, but wonder whether it will be enough to save the green modes that millions of Americans rely on.
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Andrew Yang kicked off his mayoral campaign on Thursday with a four-borough transit-only tour, but along the way suggested pedestrians better stay out of some streets in a Yang administration.
The Trump administration's top roadway safety agency offered a final kiss-off to America by blaming drivers for killing each other so much last year — with zero acknowledgement of the administration's own failures to implement life-saving policies.