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NEW YORK â€“ On a recent Sunday afternoon at the outdoor flea market along the Williamsburg, Brooklyn waterfront two blue bikes splashed
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The City Council approved three bills today to make travel in New York less hazardous for people living with disabilities.
The first bill (Intro 183-A) established an Accessible
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Sometimes it’s the little cases that go to the highest courts and establish new and surprising law. That’s what happened last month in the 2009 case
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The transportation department has created pedestrian plazas, like this one on Ninth Avenue in Manhattan, throughout the city. The porgrm has won wide
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The brouhaha in the press about bike lanes seems to have subsided for now and the buzz has turned to New York City’s plan to launch the largest
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By this summer there were clear signs of progress at the downtown transit hub, although completion is not expected until 2014.
After years of political wrangling
The City Council wants to slam the brakes on the taxi industry's bad apples.
To ensure taxi drivers do not discriminate against passengers' destination -- or race -- the council
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Th city has selected the NIssan NV200, a minivan not currently available in the U.., as the Taxi of Tomorrow.
When Mayor Michael Bloomberg
The City Council tapped the brakes on New York's pedicab industry Thursday by approving legislation to further regulate the sometimes rogue, tourist-friendly tricycles rampant in Midtown.
The council capped the
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A proposal by some upstate state senators would allow the City Council to place tolls on the Brooklyn Bridge and other East River crossings.
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