Officials admitted that making city streets safer will almost certainly cost money. But when the City Council asked for details on that spending at Thursday's budget hearing, details were few -- despite the fact that several city agencies say it's full speed ahead on Vision Zero.
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New York's City Council wants specifics on how much it will cost to implement Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to reduce traffic deaths, and how fast it can happen. But at the council’s first hearing on Vision Zero Monday, city officials offered few details.
A week after New York's mayor released details of his 63-point plan to eliminate traffic deaths, Vision Zero will be front and center at several events in the city.
From increasing speeding enforcement at the precinct level (8) to creating an honor roll of safe cab drivers (51), New York City agencies have come together to craft a comprehensive street safety blueprint.
A small army of Department of Sanitation hires have fanned out across the city to clear the way for you.
Why, why are there slush lakes at every street corner? Doesn't NYC have storm drains? Here's why you're probably vaulting over the small lakes currently forming at many crosswalks.
The MTA's long-awaited touchscreen maps are being installed at key stations throughout the subway system—and now 18 of them are at Grand Central Terminal.
It's a high-order skill of the veteran NYC straphanger: boarding a subway train at the exact car and door that will disgorge you at the other end, close to your connecting train or station exit.
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