Today’s Headlines

  • Brian Nowell, 47, Killed by Two Drivers While Crossing 14th Avenue in College Point (Times-Ledger)
  • Cover Story on Metro Today Focuses on Traffic Violence and What de Blasio Could Do
  • Fort Greene Residents Plan March to 88th Precinct Meeting After Death of Lucian Merryweather (DNA)
  • WNYC: Speed Limit on Majority of City Streets Could Be Set to 20 MPH Right Now
  • Midtown East Rezoning (and Transit Fund) Dead — For Now (NYT, News, CapNY, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
  • Boro Taxis So Far: 1,000 on Road, 6,000 Permits, 280,000 Trips; de Blasio Silent (NewsWNYC)
  • Four City Workers Injured When Garbage Truck Driver Hits Ambulance (News)
  • MTA Expecting to Save Money by Shifting Some Access-A-Ride Trips to Car Services (Advance)
  • Lower East Side BID Applies for DOT Urban Art Grant to Paint Triangle at Division and Canal (Lo-Down)
  • Assembly Member Mike Miller Tries to Split the Baby With the QueensWay (Times-Ledger)
  • Cabbies Blame Guardrails — Not Reckless Driving — for Deadly Crashes on Hutch (News)
  • During a Deadly Week for Pedestrians, NY Mag Is Out Exposing the Real Threat: Cyclists at Red Lights

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill