by Lucy Gellman | Apr 22, 2017 10:29 pm
Twelve-year-old Solar Youth cyclist Jeremiah Godley didn’t think the fates were working in his favor Saturday morning. The sky had clouded over; it was raining intermittently. But when his Rock to Rock team leader announced it was time to go, he pedaled with all his might — and made a pact to himself that he wouldn’t stop until he reached the finish line, eight miles away.
Continue reading ‘Race From Rock To Rock Becomes March For Science’
by Christopher Peak | Apr 21, 2017 1:56 pm
How will well-dressed diners make it to Yale’s Commons when it moves to temporary quarters on York Street later this year?
Just don’t try to bike over, one planning commissioner warned .
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by Lucy Gellman | Apr 20, 2017 1:43 pm | Comments (2)
More bike lanes. Safer streets. And a spot for all of New Haven’s neighborhoods at the bike month table.
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by Markeshia Ricks | Apr 20, 2017 12:03 pm | Comments (1)
Alders approved an agreement that would extend the city’s short-term ability to manage Union Station, while newly released documents reveal even more of the bumps that it took to get there.
Continue reading ‘Union Station Lease Extension Approved’
by Lucy Gellman | Apr 19, 2017 7:44 am | Comments (6)
When New Haveners march for science on Saturday, they won’t just be fighting climate change. They’ll be fighting for jobs in the state.
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by Michelle Liu | Apr 14, 2017 5:16 pm | Comments (5)
Continue reading ‘Bike Share, Canal Trail Bumps Smoothed’
by Allan Appel | Apr 13, 2017 12:58 pm | Comments (5)
A simple-sounding question before New Haven’s Traffic Commission is a matter of life and death for neighbors looking to slow down speeders: Should there be an all-way stop at Hobart and Elm Streets?
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by Allan Appel | Apr 13, 2017 12:54 pm | Comments (3)
You’ll get many more residents to testify at hearings, participate in commissions, attend public meetings, and in general enhance our city’s democracy, if they’re not afraid of getting parking tickets, which many cannot afford.
That’s what Dixwell Alder Jeanette Morrison argued as she appealed to the Traffic Commission Tuesday night to modify parking meters on several blocks around city hall.
Continue reading ‘Free Parking For Democracy?’
by Markeshia Ricks | Apr 5, 2017 7:57 am
New Haven might have to pay more than $1 to gain control of 15 neglected state-owned lots around town. But it’s closer to obtaining them.
Continue reading ‘15 Of 16 Properties Still On The Table’
by Lucy Gellman | Apr 1, 2017 8:52 pm | Comments (14)
Winding his way down a narrow aisle, Colin Caplan motioned to his left, where the red paneling and small windows of Louis’ Lunch beckoned from the cold. This was the birthplace of the hamburger, Caplan informed his listeners, and now a New Haven legend.
Then he added: Crown Street is all uphill from here, so people will have to pedal a little harder.
Continue reading ‘The Party Bike Sails On Its Maiden Voyage’