MTA stops work on Second Avenue Subway extension after congestion pricing delay "Work to extend the Second Avenue subway has stopped following Gov. Kathy Hochul’s delay of New York City’s congestion pricing program. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Tuesday announced that work on the transformative transit project, which would extend the Q line from its current endpoint at 96th Street to East Harlem at 125th Street, is now paused. The extension was one of the projects that would have been funded in part from congestion pricing revenue." (6sqft)

Automated ticketing of drivers blocking MTA bus stops begins this week "The initiative expands an existing pilot program that used cameras on 600 MTA buses to automatically ticket drivers who illegally block bus lanes on 14 routes. Now, the technology will be updated to ticket drivers blocking any bus stop — not just ones with dedicated bus lanes." (Gothamist)

Council and Mayor Move to Revive Stalled Property Tax Debt Collections "More than $1.8 billion in real estate and water bill debt sits uncollected, three years after a program expired that sold liens to private investors. A new city bill adds protections for vulnerable owners and tenants." (The City)

City Proposes Short Busway For Clogged Cross-Bronx Roadway "It's not a surprise there was a push for more busways, as the data has shown time and again that they work." (Streetsblog NYC)

NYC rents going up again for stabilized apartments; what the Rent Guidelines Board vote means for 1.1 million tenants "Hundreds took to the streets on the Upper East Side with dozens blocking the entrance to Hunter College where the board — a nine-member mix of tenant, owner and public representatives appointed by the mayor — voted 5-4 to approve a 2.75% increase for one-year leases and 5.25% for two-year leases." (amNY)