The MTA is "years behind" on repairs, how the city is helping neighborhoods handle the heat wave, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | June 15, 2017 - 11:15AM

Oh, good: the MTA is reportedly years behind on those signal repairs we so badly need (Gothamist)

With its new "Beat the Heat" program, the city is aiming to help neighborhoods most affected by sweltering summer temperatures (Curbed NY)

This Alphabet City apartment proves railroads don't have to be dark and desolate (Apartment Therapy)

Brooklyn tenants are suing a landlord who forced them to live in squalor while trying to sell off their buildings (DNAinfo)

After a cyclist fatality, bike advocates are now demanding protected bike lanes in Midtown (Gothamist)

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