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.
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.
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