The new rules will allow libraries to fine and remove people for “personal hygiene that inconveniences staff.”
“What I’m creating is a necessary evil,” the app’s founder claims while operating in a city with falling crime rates.
No public subsidies. A day pass for the equivalent of 98 cents. Unlimited 90-minute rides for $14 per year. How?
Right-wing pundits, landlords, and tech executives all believe they can prove we are amid a crime wave with just one more video.
Amateur urban planners are using DALL-E to visualize what cities might look like if they were built for pedestrians and cyclists, instead of cars.
Cities around the world have set ambitious targets to reduce emissions. But the first step for most of them is to actually figure out how much they’re emitting in the first place.
A council member from Lower Manhattan says they “take up valuable storefront space while offering no sense of community to the neighborhood.”