The New York City Streets Renaissance Campaign
He rolled up one of his pant legs and unhooked his blue bicycle that he bought for $60 at a yard sale in Livingston, NJ, his hometown.
BROOKLYN — ‘Tis the season for eggnog, nutcrackers, mistletoe and innumerable holiday treats — and for lending a hand to the people and organizations that work to improve the lives of others all
Greenpoint resident Teresa Toro has announced her resignation from Community Board 1 where she has served as its Transportation chair for the past seven years.
Biking Rules PSA winners - Transportation Alternatives recently hosted a PSA competition, asking the city's filmmakers to make Web-friendly clips that explain biking rules.
Most commuters consider the Pulaski Bridge linking Long Island City with Brooklyn to be something less than a work of art, but a collaboration between a borough artist, the city Department of Transpor
Members of Community Boards 2 and 4, West Siders and transportation advocates came out to New York Univeristy last Tuesday to view a series of short films celebrating innovative techniques that cities
Move on over, Bar Refaeli and make room on the newsstand for Paul Steely White and Janette Sadik-Khan.
Livable Streets Community member Dan Latorre has gone above and beyond the call of duty in his activism this month.
These days, on the surface, the concerns facing our Lower East Side/East Village neighborhood are those facing all neighborhoods in New York, the state, the nation and beyond.
MUSIC NEWS - Yellow Bird Project, a non-profit organization founded in Montreal, announced the release of its latest philanthropic venture, The Indie Rock Coloring Book.
Advocates' 36 year campaign to make New York City’s greatest parks car-free.
We’re fighting to put a bike and pedestrian path on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge
The survivors of crashes and New Yorkers who lost loved ones in traffic fight fo