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There’s frustration that it’s taking so long to implement a new law meant to regulate Chinatown buses (NYT).
The feds shut down another Chinatown bus company (WABC).
The NYPD is making a greater effort to investigate car accidents (NYT).
Advocacy organization CAAAV puts out a statement regarding the eviction of residents at 81 Bowery (CAAAV).
Sheldon Silver is urged to support speed camera legislation (Streetsblog).
A birthday surprise for photographer Martha Cooper on the Bowery wall (Brooklyn Street Art).
The Lucky Cheng’s sign is no more (EV Grieve).
The NYTimes article about the curbside buses indicates that Yo Bus is now allowed to add Boston trips to its service on Pike Street. This was approved by the NYDOT without community input! It won’t be long before they clog up Pike Street with a greatly expanded schedule.
Good catch, agreed. CB3, How do you plan on handling this at tomorrow’s meeting? They supposedly have stipulations with this, “trial” bus stop. They also do not follow the agreed route. How is it that CB3 cannot seem to understand that these buses pose one of the greatest threats to our neighborhood? Time to bring them back to the table.