Today’s Headlines

  • Bloomberg Will Sign Lappin Traffic Data Bill, NYPD Still Silent (News)
  • Andrea Bernstein Offers Her Take on Why Quinn Prioritized Parking in State of the City (Transpo Nation)
  • WPIX Reports: Senator Chuck Schumer‘s Family and Contributors Suing to Remove a Popular Bike Lane
  • NBBL Claims to Speak for “Entire Community” — Doesn’t Seem Confident in Their Lawsuit (Post)
  • In Year of Service Cuts and Fare Hikes, Subway Ridership Rises But Buses Fall (Post)
  • City Plan for 9/11 Memorial Visitors: Ferries, PATH and Subway (DNAinfo)
  • Interest Grows in Albany for Public-Private Deal on Tappan Zee (WSJ)
  • In Fatal Lower East Side Crash, Tractor Trailer Hit Pedestrian, No Charges Brought (DNAinfo)
  • Red Light Cameras “Vital,” Editorializes Staten Island Advance
  • Pedestrian Plaza, Increased Density Seen as Path to Revitalized Myrtle Avenue (NYT)
  • How a New Subway Station Gets Designed, Down to the Mechanical Ducts (Capital)
  • High Earners in London Demand Bike Parking at Work Before Changing Jobs (Evening Standard)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill