The U.N. General Assembly week detours showed that the city is taking steps to maintain vital bike routes during crunch periods. Let's entrench that maintenance in daily operations.
Sure, the tennis tourney generates revenue for the city, but Queens residents are treated like garbage for three weeks.
Loading zones reduce congestion and improve safety in commercial areas. Why do politicians instinctively support on-street car storage instead?
A program that made Roosevelt Avenue safer gives way to local concern about lost business.
Project supporters outnumbered critics at last night's CB 12 hearing, but Gale Brewer, Adriano Espaillat, and Marisol Alcantara sent surrogates to attack Dyckman's new design and call for its removal.