This just in: Nassau County residents respond to kids on bikes by suggesting violence.
Babylon Village Trustee’s passed a law enabling law enforcement to confiscate bicycles and fine people they deem riding recklessly. No word yet on when the Babylon village will confiscate cars from people they deem driving recklessly.
Public hearings Sept 9th and 23rd for multiple new laws that would affect all people who bike, scoot and skate in Nassau County. We need you to show up and demand better than this.
The intent of the proposed laws is to hold people responsible for not following the rules of the rode in a manner that recklessly terrorizes drivers. #thisisnassau
This week the NCPD and County Legislators discussed raising the hourly rate for crossing guards to attract more candidates, relieving police from the position so they can go fight crime.
A crowdsourced documentary about how cargo bikes will save the world is everything we believe in!
Some tasty nuggets passed in the New York State Senate this week including Senator Kennedy’s expansion of Complete Streets (finally!) and increased bicycle and pedestrian education in the DMV’s pre-licensing course.
Following last weeks news that Nassau County DPW is backlogged on street projects, County Executive Laura Curran directed the launch of a new websites to track road resurfacing projects throughout the county.
Governor Cuomo announced $5.6 million in funding on Long Island to help support transportation enhancements as part of $144.6 million in investment to enhance transportation alternatives. The projects will help revitalize communities, promote tourism, enhance regional economic competitiveness and improve air quality.
NACTO’s annual report of shared micromobility counts revealed e-scooter share trips prove cooler than bike share, dockless bikes are passe, and bigger is better.
The weekly and monthly fares are going up which means NICE bus riders who use cards to get to work are paying more. 60% of NICE’s 85,000 daily riders use the MetroCard…