Last Friday in the Bronx, during a six hour span, drivers struck six pedestrians--five of which were were children. These crashes killed one child and put three other victims in critical condition.
Competition Will Showcase Bike-Friendly Workplaces
Transportation Alternatives invites businesses in all five boroughs to a friendly competition to highlight the most bike-friendly workplaces in New York City.
All over the city, New Yorkers are clamoring to have Citi Bike stations in their neighborhoods.
The long overdue appointment of Thomas Prendergast as Chair of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is encouraging news.
Today, Transportation Alternatives launched a new website to take 5th and 6th avenues forward at http://56forward.transalt.org.
Policy Platform Charts A Realistic Path To A Safer City
Last night, Transportation Alternatives revealed its 2013 transportation policy platform, "The Safety First Plan: A Five Borough Blueprint for New York City Streets," to a packed room at the organ
Speed Cameras Would Help Prevent Traffic Deaths
Today, New York City Department of Transportation announced that 274 people died in traffic in 2012. This represents an increase from 2011, when 245 people died in traffic.
The New York City Police Department's announcement that traffic crashes which result in serious injury will now receive as thorough an investigation as those which result in death is a major victory
Tearful Testimonies Apparently Fell On Deaf Ears
One year ago today, the New York City Police Department was forced to answer for their consistent failure to hold dangerous drivers accountable at a joint oversight hearing of the City Council's Pub
Speed Cameras Needed To Keep New Yorkers Safe From Dangerous Drivers
Today, Transportation Alternatives and Council Member Julissa Ferreras (D-Queens) released "Elmhurst Speedway: A Study of Lawbreaking in Elmhurst." The report found that 80 percent of all drivers