l train closure
New York is proposing a cap on the number of rideshares allowed in its borders, and it could have big implications for the L train shutdown.
It seems... fine?
The movement has grown from a largely grassroots push to a completely plausible proposal, supported by a wide variety of the city’s residents.
At a community meeting in Brooklyn, residents seemed to have resigned themselves to their fate.
Tearing up the Big Apple on two wheels, baby!
The two-term councilman has had to deal with the impacts of hyper-development, rapid socioeconomic change, and now a shutdown that will take away the northern sector of his district’s lifeline for 15 months.
The already congested areas might get even worse.
The 15-month subway closure might finally make north Brooklyn (somewhat) affordable.
With a presumed decline in foot traffic during the upcoming closure of the Canarsie tunnel, local businesses are concerned about staying afloat.
Could one of New York's busiest streets be turned into a 'People's Way'?
It's a mini-shutdown for two weekends in May to lay groundwork for the Big One.
L Train shutdown aside, New York needs this gondola.