Today’s Headlines

  • 230 People Were Killed in Traffic in NYC Last Year — a New Low (NYT)
  • Few Drivers Who Injure or Kill Pedestrians and Cyclists Face Right of Way Charges (DNA)
  • The Port Authority Has No Idea What to Do About Its Aging Midtown Bus Terminal (Politico)
  • WSJ Surveys the State of the NYC Region’s Transportation Mega-Projects
  • Citi Bike Closed Out Its Big Turnaround Year With the 10 Millionth Ride of 2015 (Gothamist)
  • Riders Alliance Plan to Overhaul Q70 to LaGuardia Has Serious Momentum (NYT)
  • Do E-Hail Apps Explain NYC’s Drop in Drunk Driving Cases? (Post)
  • A Big Dose of Complacency About Traffic Deaths, Courtesy of the Daily News Opinion Page
  • The Times Profiles the One and Only Jimmy’s Bike Shop in Jackson Heights
  • You’ve Been Sharing the Road With This Guy Whose License Was Suspended 88 Times (Post)
  • Damned Bike Lanes (NBC)

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