Harlem subway riders may be fighting a losing battle against rats in their station (via NY1).
New York legislators are proposing installing street cameras to catch city speeders (via NY Times).
More Bronx residents are heading north, rather than south, in the mornings (via Transportation Nation).
Adrian Benepe, called the most ambitious Parks Commissioner since Robert Moses, is stepping down to work for a non-profit (via NY Times).
Some neighbors of the UN building are concerned that nearby bike share stations could be used by terrorists (via Gothamist).
Mobilizing the Region argues for the importance of the MTA’s Capital Program, which funds many of the Authority’s improvement projects.
– Catherine Dwyer