Tag: traffic and transit
The windy road for bike safety continued at last night’s full Community Board 7 meeting. Previously, CB7’s Transportation Committee voted in favor of a resolution
A charging station for electric bikes and scooters equipped with a secure storage area is coming to the De Hostos Apartments at 201 West 93rd
In an emotional Community Board 7 meeting where multiple people spoke about losing loved ones to bike accidents in New York City
On Thursday, February 23, Sergei Alekseev was found guilty on two charges related to the 2021 death of cyclist Jeffrey Williamson.
Blade, the technology-powered transportation service, tested its first electric vehicle takeoff and landing of BETA Technologies ALIA-250 (eVTOL) aircraft in White Plains last week.
In 2020, New York City introduced its “Open Streets” program in response to an increased need for publicly accessible, outdoor space. As 311 describes it,
Community Board 7 met over Zoom on Monday, November 21 to discuss a recent resolution regarding crosstown bike lanes. But unclear writing and an unshared
ILTUWS was alerted of a Friday evening auto accident in front of The Gin Mill at 442 Amsterdam Avenue at 81st Street.
Safety concerns at two Upper West Side Subway stations have prompted Community Board 7’s Transportation Committee and its Public Safety Task Force to craft a
Governor Kathy Hochul announced Wednesday that “Starting today, masks will be optional in some places where they had previously been required, including on mass transit.”