The New York City Streets Renaissance Campaign
Friday is National Bike to Work Day.
Updated, May 7 | And now a mea culpa in the recent debate over cycling numbers in the city.
According to data from the New York nonprofit Transportation Alternatives, outdoor seating areas boost foot traffic by 20%, leading to 10% more retail sales.
The Central Queens YM & YWHA in Forest Hills was converted into a smorgasbord of Earth Day offerings Sunday afternoon with entertaining and educational activities for families from across the borough.
Legislation to require transportation projects in New York state to include pedestrian and bicycle access was reported out of the Senate transportation committee Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the Senate Transportation Committee passed Complete Streets (S5711-a).
A bill under consideration by the City Council yesterday would require the NYPD to post data about traffic crashes and moving violations online in a timely manner, broken down by precinct.
The Post ran a damning article last weekend on reckless yellow cab drivers. Armed with a radar gun, a reporter clocked cabbies regularly exceeding the city's 30 mph speed limit by as much as 20 mph.
Many upcoming events of interest emanated from the Going Green in Queens meeting last month at the Al Oerter Recreational Center in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, but I must first tell you about the NY
Advocates' 36 year campaign to make New York City’s greatest parks car-free.
We’re fighting to put a bike and pedestrian path on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge
The survivors of crashes and New Yorkers who lost loved ones in traffic fight fo