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Driver making illegal left at Belmont/Ashland/Lincoln struck and injured woman, 39, and fledBy John Greenfield |
A safety upgrade project is planned for this wide, complex, dangerous six-way intersection, which might have made a difference in this case.
To Recover from COVID, Transit Needs a Rider-Centered FutureBy Colin Drake |
Together, the key players in transit — riders, elected officials and decision-makers, staff and consultants, and advocates and media — have the power to rebuild a stronger transit system, one that is financially sustainable and positioned to carry the masses into the future. But only if we each do our part and we trust each other to do the same.
Analysis: City Ignored BQE Panel Recs To Ease Local Traffic From Two-Lane ConversionBy Kevin Duggan |
The city has failed to adopt key recommendations by its own appointed experts to curb congestion near the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway after officials reduced the highway from six to four lanes — and the Adams administration may be now using that same congestion as a justification for building a wider highway.
Three Takeaways from the Lithium-Ion Fire ‘Epidemic’By Kea Wilson |
Sustainable transportation advocates are calling for common-sense trade regulations, consumer education, and other reforms to keep prevent fires involving defective lithium-ion batteries — while simultaneously fighting misinformation that threatens to explode into a culture war against electric microbility.
Sheridan platform could be relocated, Granville and Loyola widened in next RPM phasesBy Igor Studenkov |
CTA staffers shared a tentative timeline that suggests the project could take around 12 years, with engineering of the next phase starting as Phase I construction wraps up.
Advocates Push Back Against Valencia Center-Running-Bike-Lane Bait-and-SwitchBy Roger Rudick |
Let's be clear: center running is worse than nothing