The People of Central Park West Want Their Parking Spaces (Sorry, Cyclists)

“It’s only a little more than 100 years ago, with the rise of the automobile, that we started to give over to this one mode of transportation,” said Tom Wright, the president of the Regional Plan Association, a New York-based urban research and policy group.

“What we’re seeing now is a counterrevolution” that involves “recognizing that streets and sidewalks are part of the public domain.”

Read more in The New York Times