Outcome of Hochul vs. Zeldin Could Put Fate of MTA on the Line, Insiders Say "Zeldin has also pushed back against congestion pricing, the vehicle tolling plan designed to raise $15 billion for mass transit capital improvements that include signal upgrades, more station elevators and new trains and buses." (The City)

Bushwick’s Linden Street could be area’s first historic district following LPC vote "Bushwick could be in for its first historic district following a unanimous vote by the Landmarks Preservation Commission to calendar a row of 32 brick and brownstone houses lining Linden Street, between Broadway and Bushwick Avenue." (Brooklyn Paper)

Judge halts Elizabeth Street Garden-replacing senior housing development "Long-stalled plans to build an affordable senior housing development at the Elizabeth Street Garden in Little Italy hit another roadblock this week. State Supreme Court Judge Debra James on Tuesday vacated and annulled the environmental impact statement for Haven Green, a 123-unit mixed-use rental for older New Yorkers approved by the City Council in 2019. While developers determined the building would not have a negative impact on the neighborhood’s environment, the judge disagreed, ruling that 'reduction in open space ratios is sufficient to indicate the presence of a significant adverse impact.'" (6sqft)

Vornado Puts Penn Station Area Redevelopment Plans on Hold for 2023 And no word on a timeline "During a Tuesday conference call, Roth simply stated Vornado was cautious about construction going into 2023 but would not get into the deails of whether it would alter the plans for the Penn District..." (Commercial Observer)

Gillibrand Proposal Would Help Protect Transit From Climate Apocalypse "The Empire State’s junior senator’s bill would create an annual $300-million pool of money in the Federal Transit Administration’s State of Good Repair grants from 2023 to 2026 that specifically is set aside for transit agencies to pay for resiliency projects. Advocates say that the bill could prove useful as both a funding source for necessary projects and a precedent for more federal money in mass transit." (Streetsblog NYC)