walking and public transit.
Reducing Cyclist and Pedestrian Deaths
NYPD Needs To Address New Yorkers’ Concerns About Dangerous Driving
A new poll from Marist College found that more than two-thirds (68 percent) of New Yorkers believe that car drivers are mostly to blame for traffic crashes.
Study Examines Walking And Bicycling in Bedford-Stuyvesant
Today, Transportation Alternatives released "Transportation, Safety and Health: A Look at How Perceptions of Safety, Crime and Violence Impact Active Transportation in Bedford-Stuyvesant." The rep
Community Group Study Highlights Danger Of McGuinness Boulevard Speedway
The McGuinness Boulevard Working Group, a coalition of community and advocacy groups, released the "Slow Down: A Study of Speeding on McGuinness Boulevard" today.
The McGuinness Boulevard Working Group, a coalition of community groups and residents brought toge
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March 15, 2012
"Proceeding with Caution- An examination of NYPD’s accident response and enforcement of traffic rules relating cars, bikes and trucks"
February 15, 2012
NYPD’s Pattern Of Withholding Information Violates Law
Last night, Transportation Alternatives and Council Member Brad Lander (D -- Brooklyn) announced they have filed Amici Curiae ("Friends of the Court" briefs) in support of the lawsuit filed by th
Council Member Levin And Transportation Alternatives Call For Police Crackdown On Dangerous Driving
Concerned New Yorkers turned out for the Seventh Annual Memorial Ride and Walk yesterday.