Pathways in Technology High School

“For every student who comes to P-TECH, they’re going to be a great leader in the city, in another ten years–and we’re so proud of them. But it’s also about the whole economic development of New York City… ”

Details Emerge on Future NYC Bike Share

NYC Bike Share, the largest bike sharing program in the U.S. is scheduled to launch this July, just a little over two months away. It will consist of 10,000 bikes and 600 stations located throughout the city.
Although the plan has been in the works for some time, new details have recently been revealed.

How to Make Your Green Idea a Reality

Have a great green idea but don’t know how to secure the necessary funds? Check out GreenUnite, a new eco-friendly crowdfunding resource focused entirely on sustainable ideas and products.

Walking NYC

Matt Green, a former civil engineer from Virginia, has taken on an unusual task: to walk every street in New York City.

New Bike Lane for Central Park

According to Streetsblog, Central Park will be gaining another bike lane, and losing a traffic lane in its place. The path will be along 72nd Street, and will run between Central Park West and Fifth Avenue.

New Reading: Designing for Social Change

Andrew Shea, a graphic designer and writer based in NYC has just come out with a book entitled Designing for Social Change: Strategies for Community-Based Graphic Design. He currently teaches at Parsons The New School for Design.