- Man Beaten Up in Bike Lane … For Trying to Ride in the Bike Lane in Park Slope. He had the audacity to ask a driver from Bensonhurst to get out of the bike lane. Cops responded and arrested the driver, and the cyclist got a few stitches at the Methodist.
- Tesla Dealership Parks All Over Red Hook’s Sidewalks, Streets And Bike Lanes (Streetsblog)
- Want to know where your candidate stands on livable streets and other transit issues? Check out Streetsblog’s Q&As:
- Senate District 18 (Brooklyn): Julia Salazar vs. Martin Dilan
- Senate District 20 (Brooklyn): Zellnor Myrie vs. Jesse Hamilton
- Senate District 22 (Brooklyn): Andrew Gounardes vs. Ross Barkan (winner faces Marty Golden)
- Senate District 23 (Brooklyn-S.I.): Jasmine Robinson vs. Diane Savino
- Assembly District 46 (Brooklyn): Mathylde Frontus vs. Ethan Lustig-Elgrably
- More New York City schools qualify for federal Title I funds for students living in poverty, but less money is coming in, according to a new report. Chalkbeat
- Hundreds of city schools still have lead in drinking fountains, two years into a massive effort to clean them up. Chalkbeat
- Last-Minute Guide to Voting on Primary Day, September 13 (Gotham Gazette)
- Attacks on Myrie raise questions of improper electioneering (Politico NY)
- NYS Senator Jesse Hamilton (who’s facing a primary challenge tomorrow from Zellnor Myrie) and Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams plan to announce this afternoon in Brownsville that they are drafting legislation to protect kids and communities from vending machines dispensing drug paraphernalia. The legislation will close loopholes, enhance penalties, and impose significant civil fines.
- Rabbis, Jewish elected officials, and communal leaders joined members of The Jewish Vote and allies to express their ongoing outrage at the lack of accountability from Gov. Cuomo in response to the mailer accusing primary opponent Cynthia Nixon of Antisemitism, and called for the Chair of the State Democratic Party to resign, and for the New York Times to rescind its endorsement.
- Historic subway station entrances (Forgotten New York)
- Keeping it Private: Homeowners Struggle With Life on NYC’s Private Streets (Commercial Observer)