walking and public transit.
300 Sign Letter To Governor Cuomo Calling For Transit Solutions
At a town hall meeting last month, hosted by Assembly Member Grace Meng, Asian Americans for Equality and Transportation Alternatives' Rider Rebellion campaign, Flushing residents identified the top
New Yorkers “Rank the Stank” With Transportation Alternatives’ Rider Rebels
On Monday, Transportation Alternatives' Rider Rebellion campaign launched the citywide "Rank the Stank" campaign.
Desperate “Malcontents” Refuse To Accept Reality
Despite Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice, Bert Bunyan's, dismissal of the lawsuit against the City over the street safety improvements on Prospect Park West, the opponents decided to ignore reality wh
New Poll Finds Nearly Two-Thirds Of New Yorkers Support More Transit Funding
A new poll from Quinnipiac University finds that nearly two-thirds of New York City residents, 62 percent, want the state government to provide more funding for public transit.
Supermajority Endorsement Establishes Bike Lanes As “An Integral Part Of Life In The Big Apple”
A NY1-Marist Poll released today showed 66 percent of New York City adults support bike lanes.
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 afternoon, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the resignation of Deputy Mayor of Operations Stephen Goldsmith.
Three Bicyclists Killed By Motor Vehicles In A Month
Three New Yorkers have been killed on bicycles in just over a month. On Monday, August 1st, a bicyclist was crushed under a truck in Williamsburg.
Rider Rebels And Bike Ambassadors Will Be Making New “Friends” At The Events
Transportation Alternatives' thousands of members are united by their appreciation for the benefits of safer, cleaner and healthier transportation.
Savvy New Yorkers See Through Smear Campaign, Quinnipiac Poll Shows
Bike lanes received yet another vote of confidence from a majority of New Yorkers today with the release of a Quinnipiac Poll showing growing support for the street safety improvements.