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Transportation

  1. safer streets
    Grim New Numbers: Traffic Deaths Highest Since 2007Speeding, mostly, seems to be the cause.
  2. getting around
    Where Did All the Yellow Cabs Go?Nearly two-thirds of New York’s taxis are gone, and a lot of them may never come back.
  3. infrastructure watch
    The BQE Is Still Falling Apart, and There’s No Real Plan to Fix ItThe outlook is grim for the expressway, but only stopgap measures are underway.
  4. street view
    Could We Really Get a Good Penn Station?Yet another wisp of hope.
  5. battery parking tales
    An Electric Car in High-rise Manhattan: How Long Is Your Extension Cord?The realities of a plug-in car when you live in the Financial District.
  6. developments
    Climate-Change-Related Lawsuit Nixes Huge California DevelopmentNot in my backyard, says Planet Earth, backed by a judge.
  7. brooklyn bridge
    The Brooklyn Bridge Finally Gets Its Own Bike Path! Except …It’s gonna be a little snug.
  8. street view
    Standstill Traffic May Be the Only Thing Keeping Crash-Death Numbers DownAnd until we redesign our streets, those numbers will keep going up.
  9. bad air
    Maybe You Should’ve Been Wearing a Mask in the Subway All AlongAir pollution at some stations is so bad that it’s like inhaling wildfire smoke.
  10. pedalling
    Here’s a Handsome Solution to New York’s Bike-Parking CrisisOonee’s pods can securely store seven bikes in one car’s worth of parking.
  11. getting around
    Can a Worker-Owned App Pull Drivers From Uber and Lyft?A cooperative tries to revolutionize ride sharing.
  12. street view
    The E-Scooter Is Part of a Balanced Transit DietAnd it should—with caution and regulation—be welcomed.
  13. getting around
    Uber and Lyft Just Bought a Law in CaliforniaThe companies spent $200 million to pass Proposition 22, which establishes gig-economy drivers as a new employment class.