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The legacy of exclusionary zoning is that it deprived certain communities the luxury of stability and wealth accumulation, which has left them more vulnerable to displacement as their neighborhoods become more attractive and accessible to wealthier outsiders.
Low-income and BIPOC workers are more dependent on bikeshare to get around during the pandemic than their wealthy, white counterparts, a new study finds – but the location of docking stations doesn't always prioritize their travel needs.
Traffic safety, treating a stop sign as a yield sign, e-bike rebates
On June 8, 2016, I was run over by a reckless driver, while in the crosswalk with the light, as I crossed Third Ave at 41st Street in Manhattan on my way to work. The driver dragged me 50 feet and then fled, leaving me for dead. Despite the horrors that I endured, nothing prepared me for the utter failure of the NYPD to investigate my crash.