Pedestrianization at Union Square gains impetus from a business-improvement district — not the DOT.
The average Uber or Lyft customer is responsible for adding more than twice as many car miles to his city's roads as he was before he started using app-taxis to get around.
Taking away people's licenses for failing to pay tickets doesn't necessarily make our streets safer, but it does cause economic hardship.
It's a strategic move and it sends the unequivocal message that the new President is committed to incorporating environmental concerns in every corner of federal policy making.
It almost makes you think it would make sense for the city to upgrade the bikeway to a physically protected micro-mobility lane.
The project would reallocate two of the street's four motor vehicle lanes to create additional greenspace plus a dedicated pathway for bikes and pedestrians.