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For the better part of the year, Independence Avenue has been the site of reckless driving and street racing. With the danger the practices pose — in addition to the noise —it’s no surprise those who live on and nearby the street are fed up. more
Nothing worth having comes easy. And that’s the case for eliminating reckless driving and street racing within the confines of Bronx Community Board 8. more
If there’s one thing this part of the Bronx is known for, it’s narrow streets. Sometimes, parking on both sides of the street is so restrictive, it can really only accommodate one-way traffic — even if it’s a two-way street. more
Like how birds’ return to the American northeast each spring spells the end of winter, it wasn’t a stretch to believe the return of speed bumps to Independence Avenue would herald the end of drag racing in the surrounding neighborhood. But apparently that wasn’t the case. more
Could the traffic problems at Kappock Street and Palisade Avenue finally be solved? Community Board 8’s traffic and transportation committee chair Dan Padernacht believes he has the perfect way to make the meeting of those two streets safe, while making neighbors who live there happy at the same time. Now all he has to do is get the city’s transportation department to spend some more time on it. more
No groups are congregating outside the Henry Hudson Parkway synagogue for The Bayit right now, but once the coronavirus crisis passes, Hebrew Institute of Riverdale leaders want to be ready to keep those people safe. more
A new year means new faces, new beginnings, and even renewed interest in old problems. Take a walk through what was the first three months of 2019, straight from the front pages of The Riverdale Press. more
A bus lane on Broadway? At least as far as Community Board 8’s traffic and transportation committee is concerned, that’s probably a great big no. more
The controversy surrounding the bicycle lane installation on Broadway near Van Cortlandt Park is still fresh in many people’s minds. But just in case it wasn’t, city transportation officials are pitching traffic calming plans for another community street — this time Mosholu Avenue between West 254th and West 256th streets. more
A developer overseeing what some critics describe as a rather disruptive construction project has one state lawmaker living nearby quite peeved. more
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