A woman with two children crosses Clymer Street at Division Avenue in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn as cars turn down the street on June 21, 2019.
Winter can be rough for pedestrians, bicyclists, and anyone attempting to wheel around on sidewalks and bike lanes through the ice and snow. Even heavily-used trails like the Minuteman Bikeway, which links Cambridge to Bedford, can struggle to maintain paths clear of snow and ice during the winter months: Inbound on the #minutemanbikeway on an […]
Living in environments with good access to destinations and transport options also protects against loneliness. In particular, it benefits individuals who are able to use active transport (walking and cycling) and high-quality public transport.
A law requiring an overhaul of the rogue private carting industry has been thwarted by the Adams administration — and the person who has spearheaded the program left the Department of Sanitation several months ago in “frustration," multiple sources told Streetsblog.
During today's mayoral candidate forum held by WCPT 820 AM at Morningstar Auditorium, transit was a major topic of conversation.
Meanwhile, East Contra Costa getting a new surface-level freeway. Some people never learn.
Last night, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu delivered her first State of the City address to a large audience inside MGM Music Hall in Fenway. Top on the list of priorities was housing, which dominated a large part of her speech. Mayor Wu made big declarations supporting a shift in the status quo and how planning […]