Today’s Headlines

  • It’s Not Your Imagination: Subway Service Really Is Getting Worse (News, Crain’s, PIX)
  • Gelinas: Transit Struggling Under Weight of a Resurgent NYC Needs New Revenue (C&S)
  • Tish James Wants “Serious Steps” to Prevent Fare Hikes But Hasn’t Endorsed Move NY (Crain’s)
  • Meanwhile, De Blasio Joins Other Mayors Calling on Washington to Come to the Rescue (WSJ, Capital)
  • 7 Train Extension Delayed (Again) Until at Least Summer (2nd Ave Sagas, NYT, Capital, Post, Crain’s)
  • WNYC Mean Streets Tracker: Traffic Deaths Down So Far This Year to 42 vs. 50 Last Year
  • Driver Charged in Hit-and-Run After Seriously Injuring Teen Cyclist in East Harlem (Post)
  • CB 6: Woodhaven Needs Car Lanes, Not Bus Lanes; Also Afraid of Queens Blvd Safety Fixes (Q Chron)
  • Rodriguez Wants 100-Acre Residential, Tech Rezoning of Inwood Railyard, Industrial Area (Post, Crain’s)
  • Manslaughter Charges After Man Punches Driver for Getting Too Close While Parking (NYT, News)
  • S.I. Mall Expansion Would Also Cut Parking By 347 Spaces, From 1,780 (Advance)

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