In the past 24 hours, the agency had come under intense scrutiny from its workers, city officials, and its oversight board for using public transit vehicles as troop transports to peaceful protest sites around the city.
The person who runs a city's Department of Transportation controls around 30 percent of the city's public space — and needs to think that way.
I'm cautiously optimistic that there may be some positive results for African Americans in terms of safety in public space and freedom of mobility.
Don’t make your reservations just yet. Mayor de Blasio has unveiled a plan for letting eateries use miles of public space to jumpstart the economy once the state gives the city the green light on Phase II of its reopening plan — which the mayor repeatedly said on Thursday would not start until “the beginning […]
Even when developers build transit-oriented development, sometimes they don't get it
The Centers for Disease Control is still encouraging financial incentives for single occupancy car commutes — and failing to address the barriers to other modes.