Where Justice Went Wrong

The Sleek New Kosc July 2016

Residents of Brooklyn and Queens were given an opportunity to choose their favorite of four designs for the long-awaited replacement for the Kosciuszko Bridge, by New York State’s Department of Transportation. The project, which includes widening the bridge from six to nine lanes, adding a shoulder and a bike lane, and eliminating the notorious steep Read More »

By Dave Gordon

Beware Of Blocked Bike Lanes July 2016

Bike lanes designed to make cycling safer, have become crammed with double-parked cars and pedestrians according to a survey conducted by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer’s office. The report found that 19 cops blocked bike lanes during 22 hours of observation, and 16 other city vehicles – including at least one school bus – also Read More »

By Dave Gordon

Laguardia’s New Control Tower July 2016

New York’s LaGuardia Airport started using its new, $100-million control tower that replaced the 46-year-old tower, last month. The new tower offers better visibility and technology for Federal Aviation Administration air traffic controllers that will help reduce flight delays. The new tower uses a ground radar system that provides better information about aircraft on runways Read More »

By Dave Gordon

Cells On The Subway July 2016

The MTA recently signed an agreement to provide cell and WiFi service in several subway stations by the end of 2011. The first stations to receive service will all be in Manhattan and include: 14th Street and Sixth Avenue on the F, M and L lines; 14th Street and Eighth Avenue on the A, C, Read More »

By Dave Gordon

Sy Varsity July 2016

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