Educated at the Sorbonne and the Yale School of Drama, Gersh Kuntzman is obviously not the person being described here. We're talking about tabloid legend Gersh Kuntzman, who has been with New York newspapers since 1989, including stints at the New York Daily News, the Post, the Brooklyn Paper and even a cup of coffee with the Times. He's also the writer and producer of "Murder at the Food Coop," which was a hit at the NYC Fringe Festival in 2016, and “SUV: The Musical” in 2007.
One hundred miles of protected bike lanes in two years. No cars on some key routes for cyclists. Less engagement with community boards. And no more delays in life-saving road redesigns "for non-transportation-related political reasons." It's a start.
Citi Bike is the only form of mass transit that does not get a public subsidy. Mayor de Blasio does not want to change that.
Some neighborhoods won't get Citi Bike until 2023 — and some won't get it at all (sorry, Bay Ridge).
NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan (pictured) announced that the department would no longer write summonses to cyclists in the wake of a driver killing a cyclist.
Former mayoral aide Eric Phillips made a gaffe on Tuesday night — but in doing so revealed the essential truth that the de Blasio administration doesn't care about really fixing the problem of road fatalities.
You don't understand: I'm running you over to protect you!
Can Polly Trottenberg save Vision Zero?
Fifteen cyclists are dead and this is all the NYPD can come up with — a three-week ticket blitz?