Below board: Comptroller says city underreported nearly a quarter billion in costs to run NYC Ferry "The quasi-public nonprofit Economic Development Corporation, which oversees the ferry, lowballed the cost of the waterborne transit service by $224.4 million over six years during the former Mayor Bill de Blasio administration, the lengthy review found." (amNY)

City transit gurus unveil plans to fix deadly McGuinness Boulevard "The city’s Department of Transportation last week unveiled their preliminary designs for the start of the redesign of McGuinness Boulevard to mixed reviews as the community and city officials campaign to make the dangerous roadway safer." (Brookyln Paper)

Walking and Biking to the Office May Be Good for New Yorkers. It’s Not So Great for the MTA. "Changes in commuting habits are part of the new pandemic reality that has seen subway ridership stuck at 60% of the old normal, as a fiscal cliff looms for the transit agency." (THE CITY)

Long-stalled Gateway Tunnel project inches forward, as NY and NJ sign formal cost-sharing pact "The keystone transit project, which aims to revamp and expand the vital commuter rail and Amtrak lines between New York and New Jersey – has been subject to years of delays spurred by political infighting between states and with the federal government. The 10-mile stretch of commuter railway is one of the busiest in the country, with more than 200,000 riders on around 450 Amtrak and NJTransit trains passing through each day." (Gothamist)

City Proposes Bike and Pedestrian Upgrades to Two Prospect Heights Avenues "Last Tuesday, the Department of Transportation unveiled its plans to convert Underhill Avenue between Atlantic Avenue and Eastern Parkway into a bike boulevard, and implement bike and pedestrian upgrades along Vanderbilt Avenue between Atlantic Avenue and Park Place — a result of workshops from this past spring, during which locals said they want bike- and pedestrian-priority pathways and dedicated loading zones." (Streetsblog NYC)