She may have partnered with Bill de Blasio to launch his ambitious “Vision Zero” plan to reduce traffic speeds and pedestrian fatalities, but don’t except Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg to slam the mayor on his recent traffic violations controversy. Continue reading “DOT Commissioner Dodges ‘Speedgate’ Questions”
Bill de Blasio, pummeled by a seemingly endless series of winter snowstorms, is moving on to address one of the lasting effects from the storms: potholes.
In an announcement today in Queens, the new mayor unveiled new funding and a “comprehensive plan to battle potholes” in the face of the infrastructure damage. Continue reading “Bill de Blasio Tackles Potholes”
The Department of Transportation last week began updating the “welcome” signs that greet drivers as they travel between the city’s five boroughs, replacing the old mayor and borough presidents’ names, which appear in white letters, with their newly-elected replacements. Continue reading “City Unveils New ‘Welcome’ Signs With de Blasio’s Name”