The city must do a better job fixing dangerous streets or face a slew of big lawsuits, thanks to a ruling by the state’s highest court in the case of a young boy injured in a 2004 crash. “Concerns about traffic and parking have played too great a role in leaving areas without the necessary […]
Since it first crawled out of the primordial ooze by the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the bike lane on Flushing Avenue has proven irresistible to truck drivers looking for a spot to chill….[T]his stretch of Flushing has become so popular with idling truck drivers that the DOT really ought to just paint over the bike lane […]
It is not uncommon for New York City restaurants to unlawfully discharge waste into the street. With the proliferation of curbside bike lanes in recent years, an increasing number of cyclists have been injured as a result. In one such instance, Judge Kenny of New York State Supreme Court has ruled that the claims of […]
Ruling in favor of a Vaccaro & White client, a Judge will allow a jury to decide if two construction companies were negligent in causing a bike rider’s injuries.
Gothamist spoke with Steve Vaccaro about an apparent trap set for Prospect Park cyclists and the NYPD’s response.