Janette Sadik Khan
Thursday, September 05, 2013
By Kate Hinds
Redesigning New York City streets to be more pedestrian- and cyclist-friendly doesn't hurt car travel times. That's according to a new report quantifying the streetscape-changing efforts of the Department of Transportation.
To put it in other terms: transit ridership is up, traffic is down, and there's been a 58 percent increase in cycling since 2008.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
New York City's effort to fill potholes following a brutal winter is getting a boost from Mayor Michael Bloomberg's $2 million for street repair.