On Wednesday, the Tri-State Transportation Campaign released its annual list "The Most Dangerous Roads for Walking." The non-profit advocacy group analyzed data collected by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Fatality Analysis Reporting System in twelve downstate New York counties ... More >>
The Tri-State Transportation Campaign has released a report identifying the most dangerous roads for pedestrians in New York City, New Jersey, and Connecticut, where an average of 415 walkers are killed yearly. The (sort of) good news: They've also released interactive Google maps showing the ... More >>
Drink up.The Nets have one of the worst records in the NBA right now (6-17), so fans have good reason to drink. Lucky for them, a beer might be on the house if they start taking the train to the game. The Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council is looking to ease traffic that will b ... More >>
The Tri-State Transportation Campaign, like other South Bronx activist groups, thinks the Sheridan Expressway in the Bronx is underused, and that it'd make more sense to tear it down and create "affordable housing, mixed-use retail and open space" in its place. Environmental impact statements may b ... More >>
After getting smacked around by Rep. Dennis Kucinich on Friday (that's gotta sting), city Economic Development Corporation president Seth Pinsky penned a Daily News op-ed yesterday to "set the record straight" on the Yankees stadium project. The Big Bronx Dig, asserted Pinsky, is a "home run" that o ... More >>
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