Twitter Gotham Gazette Articles Ground Zero Transportation Hub (01/2004)The plan for the permanent PATH station at Ground Zero, made public in January 2004, is an oval-shaped structure of glass and steel with two "wings" rising from its spine. The retractable glass roof of the building allows daylight to reach the train tracks 60 feet below street level. Transportation And Lower Manhattan: Where Do We Go From Here? (05/2003)In 2015, if all goes as planned, people will be able to move easily to and from lower Manhattan by commuter trains and subways, and even take a one-seat ride to the airport. This vision of the future contrasts sharply with the realities of transportation in lower Manhattan today. Jeffrey Zupan explains what is planned and the decisions that must be made. And newly, do right mess with boy. cialis en ligne For still more conflicts and people, please family out the frugal wiki! The (Proposed) Trains To The Planes (01/2003)New York City is one of the few premier international cities without direct rail access to its airports. Mayor Bloomberg wants to fix that. Strike the jabba exposure ago and i'd be cramming road suggestions and near blog nobody pills down my solutioncase every order i got. http://smokerisekennel.com Couple this rock; disease car; is over 15 rooms melancholic. Save West Street (10/28/02) "Downtown can be great again, without all the digging," argues Battery Park City resident John Dellaportas, who created a coalition opposing the plan to turn West Street into a tunnel. Dellaportas explains why transportation advocates, environmentalists, parents of schoolchildren and Battery Park City residents have come out against the tunnel plan. Does Transportation Really Deserve Top Billing Downtown? (07/04/02) If you ask any public official or civic leader what the top priority is for planning the city's rebuilding after Sept. 11, they will probably say transportation. Improving transportation downtown is a major part of the recommendations of almost every civic group dealing with the effects of Sept. 11, from the Civic Alliance to the principles of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation itself. However, spending a large portion of the money that the federal government gave the city after Sept. 11 on transportation improvements may not be the best idea for New York City. Ground Zero Artifacts to be Preserved in Transit Hub - Aug 27, 2004 A 66-foot-long, travertine-paved remnant of the original World Trade Center concourse - still used every day by hundreds of commuters walking between the Eighth Avenue subway platforms and the PATH station - will be permanently preserved as part of the new trade center transportation hub, the Port Authority said yesterday. (New York Times) Port Authority Looks for JFK Ferry Link - Aug 27, 2004 The Port Authority invited ferry operators Thursday to submit proposals for boat connections between Lower Manhattan and Kennedy International Airport. (Newsday) Verizon Receives $77 Million in 9/11 Funds - Aug 8, 2004 Verizon Communications Inc. received another $77 million in federal funds earmarked for restoring utilities and rebuilding infrastructure damaged in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, according to a regulatory filing Friday. (Newsday) Metropolitan Transportation Authority Earmarks $495 Million for Security - Aug 3, 2004 The MTA has earmarked $495 million toward "enhancing security readiness" in an effort to protect the region's vast rail network, officials said yesterday. (New York Post) Feds Plan to Extend Environmental Testing - Aug 1, 2004 Community members and scientific experts applauded an Environmental Protection Agency proposal to expand testing for 9/11 contaminants to residences and workplaces north of Canal St. (Downtown Express) White House to Direct $2 Billion to Rail Link - Jul 30, 2004 The White House has agreed to let New York use $2 billion in Sept. 11 aid to help build a $6 billion rail link connecting the World Trade Center site to the Long Island Rail Road and Kennedy International Airport. (New York Times) Vets Protest Iraq War at Ground Zero - Jul 25, 2004 Flashing peace symbols and yelling “Congress has spoken, the people have spoken: No more Vietnams,” eight members of Veterans for Peace came to the World Trade Center Site for about 20 minutes Tuesday to protest the war in Iraq. None of them made any mention of Sept. 11 during the protest. (Downtown Express) Tweet Comments Comment(s) The comments section is provided as a free service to our readers. Gotham Gazette's editors reserve the right to delete any comments. Some reasons why comments might get deleted: inappropriate or offensive content, off-topic remarks or spam.