Advocates Launch Ambitious Campaign To Reduce Traffic Casualties To Zero
A new report released today reveals the startling extent to which traffic crashes in New York City harm the health and safety of its residents.
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.
Local Organizations Show Support For Ward’s Record Of Accomplishments
Responding to rumors that Chris Ward may be removed from his position as Executive Director of the Port Authority, local advocates voiced their approval of Mr.
Misguided Policy Draws Opposition From State Senators and Transit Advocates
Transportation Alternatives praised the fourteen State Senators who voted against the Gas Tax Giveaway today for opposing a policy that robs funding from public transit, roads and bridges to benefit o
Transit Funding Lockbox Act Aims To Protect Transit Riders From Budget Raids
State Senator Martin Golden, Assembly Member James Brennan, transportation advocates, business and labor leaders announced today the introduction and push for the passage of the Transit Funding Lockbo
Transportation Alternatives Joins With State Senator Squadron And Council Member Chin To Ask DOT To Fix Delancey And Essex
After yet another pedestrian fatality last week near the intersection of Delancey and Essex Streets, Transportation Alternatives joined with Senator Daniel Squadron and Council Member Margaret Chin to
Another Quinnipiac Poll Shows Growing Citywide Approval For Bike Lanes
In the midst of the annual Bike Month celebration of bicycling in New York, bike lanes received their latest public endorsement from New Yorkers today with the release of a Quinnipiac Poll showing a s
City Council Hearing On Public Plazas Highlights The Benefits Of Street Improvements To Businesses And New Yorkers
The New York City Council's Transportation Committee convened a hearing today asking, "How has DOT's public plaza program impacted traffic, pedestrian safety, and commerce in NYC?" The answer
Hundreds Of Events Planned Throughout May
Today, Transportation Alternatives announced the kickoff of Bike Month NYC 2011. Bike Month NYC is the annual celebration of bicycling in metropolitan New York City.
Transportation Alternatives, Council Members Garodnick and Comrie, Local Civic Groups and Businesses Call For Passage Of Garodnick’s Authentic Permit Act To Reform Parking Permit Abuse
Transportation Alternatives released a report today detailing the citywide epidemic of parking permit abuse.