City to Install Protected Bike Lane Beneath Inwood’s Elevated Subway — in 2027 "The future bike lanes will eventually run along nearly a mile of 10th Avenue from W. 201st Street to the Broadway Bridge — a chaotic stretch of roadway mostly beneath the elevated No. 1 subway tracks." (Streetsblog NYC)

Glass Half Empty in Still Depopulated NYC Office Towers "Just 47% of workers are in business districts on any given weekday — dashing any hopes for a fall return to the workplace." (The City)

As NYC unveils new Willets Point redevelopment, auto repair shop owners gear up for another fight "In addition to the soccer stadium and a hotel, the redevelopment that includes city-owned land is expected to include 2,500 units of affordable housing — 1,100 of which were planned under de Blasio – making it one of the largest affordable housing projects the city has seen in some time. The $780 million stadium is slated to be home to the New York City Football Club, which for the last decade had been playing its home games at Yankee Stadium. Related Companies, the developer of Hudson Yards and Sterling Equities, are behind the affordable housing project." (Gothamist)

‘We deserve a ferry’: Plans for Coney Island ferry shipwrecked by EDC "Plans for a Coney Island ferry have been cast to sea for the foreseeable future, months after dredging at the proposed Coney Island Creek landing site was halted and the New York City Economic Development Corporation began to seek alternative locations." (Brooklyn Paper)

10th Avenue Wheels Out: Bottcher announces bike lane, street redesign will be unveiled "Bottcher said the plan for the six-lane throughway that runs northbound from Chelsea through Hell’s Kitchen will include a protected bike lane and pedestrian safety improvements in an email to constituents." (amNY)

City Makes Jamaica Busways Permanent But With Shorter Hours; Begins Northern Blvd. Bus Lanes "Officials scaled back the Jamaica Avenue busway’s operating hours from 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to 6 a.m.–8 p.m. daily, while Archer Avenue will remain in operation around the clock, according to the Department of Transportation." (Streetsblog NYC)