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Moving Backwards

by Ann Morrow June 11, 2015


In the past year, New York communities received $70 million in funding for 68 bike, pedestrian, and trail projects across the state. In the Capital Region, with its many historic and scenic trails that attract ...


When the Lights Change

by Ali Hibbs September 11, 2014


  On Monday, Albany city lawmakers will introduce a bill allowing for the installation of cameras at traffic light intersections that would automatically photograph the license plates of cars that run red lights and issue tickets ...

Share the Road

by Ann Morrow May 22, 2014


  The day before the annual Ride of Silence on Wednesday (May 21), Lorenz Worden was loading bikes onto a car-top bike rack. But these bikes were not for riding; they were “ghost bikes,” bikes painted ...

Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam

by The Staff January 2, 2014


  British psychedelic rockers Traffic haven’t officially been a band since the early ’70s, so don’t let the title of guitarist Dave Mason’s show fool you. This isn’t a reunion. Mason has had a longer solo ...

The Egg

Calm Down

by Shawn Stone August 28, 2012


Albany’s Madison Avenue is so heavily trafficked by cars and trucks that if you live on that historic boulevard, which begins in the Mansion and Park South neighborhoods and ends in Pine Hills, you eventually ...


by Shawn Stone August 25, 2012

In the story “Calm Down,” by Shawn Stone, which appeared on pages 9-10 of Vol. 35, Issue 34, published Aug. 23, 2012, the quotes attributed to Albany Police Department Assistant Chief Brendan Cox should have ...