Today’s Headlines

  • James McCloskey, 71, in Critical Condition After Driver Rams Dyker Heights Bus Shelter (News, WCBS)
  • WNYC Pins NYPD’s Failure to Ticket Reckless Drivers on the Law, Rather Than Department Protocol
  • De Blasio Leads Lhota in First Post-Primary Poll, 65-22 (WSJ)
  • Transit Advocates Find Candidate Lhota “Disappointing” (CapNY)
  • Prendergast Envisions Expansion of Cell Phone and Wi-Fi Service in Subway (News, NYT)
  • Expect More Sandy-Related Tunnel Repair Work, Possibly Including Major Closures (CapNY, WNYC)
  • Maspeth Parents Say School Redistricting Puts Children on Dangerous Streets (Queens Courier)
  • Which Way Is Taxi of Tomorrow Judge Leaning? Depends If You Read the News or the Post
  • City Picks Developer for Giant LES Site, With 500-Space Public Garage Permit in Hand (NYT)
  • This Is One Way to Envision the End of the Automobile Era (NYT, Gothamist)
  • But This Observer Writer Will Hold Firmly Onto His Car Keys

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill