Poll Reveals Strong Support For Safer Streets And More Transportation Choices
A new poll released today by research firm Penn Schoen Berland and Transportation Alternatives found widespread support among proven voters in New York City for an NYPD crackdown on dangerous driving
Misguided Decision Threatens Everyone’s Safety
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles announced yesterday as part of a streamlining effort that they will no longer require drivers renewing their licenses to take a vision test.
Letter To City Hall Lauds Bike Lanes And Other Street Safety Improvements
The New York Chapter of the American Association of Family Physicians joined Transportation Alternatives to release a letter today, signed by 140 medical professionals, in support of New York City's
Speeding Tickets Needed To Keep Streets Safe For All
The New York Post is reporting that officers of the New York City Police Department have reduced ticket-writing to protest a new NYPD policy intended to address the ticket-fixing scandal.
This bill will ensure that New York State roadways are built for all users: bicyclists, public transportation vehicles and passengers, motorists, and pedestrians of all ages and abilities.
Submitted by lindsey on July 5, 2011 - 15:41. categories [ ]
Tragic Collision Disturbingly Similar To The Incident That Inspired “Elle’s Law”
Yolanda Casal, a 78 year old grandmother, was struck and killed by an SUV last night while crossing Amsterdam Avenue near West 98th Street.
How has DOT's public plaza program impacted traffic, pedestrian safety, and commerce in NYC?
May 4, 2011
Expiration Date: August 30, 2011
Help pass Complete Streets legislation in New York State: Tell Governor Cuomo and Speaker Silver to support S5411
Transportation Alternatives Calls For Enforcement To Stop The Carnage
A motorcyclist was struck by a van today only a block from the location where a truck jumped the curb just yesterday and mowed down a crowd of pedestrians, killing an 89 year old woman.
Car Mows Down Crowd In Harlem, Prompts Call For Action
A car mowed down a crowd of pedestrians today in Harlem, causing six people to be taken to the hospital.