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The Two Dollar Fare
  

Mar 10, 2003

 Transit officials approved an increase in subway and bus fares for the same reason that Jesse James once visited banks: they needed the money. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority expects the

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The Two Dollar Fare
  

Mar 10, 2003

 Transit officials approved an increase in subway and bus fares for the same reason that Jesse James once visited banks: they needed the money. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority expects the

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Imagining Downtown Transportation
  

Feb 28, 2003

At last week's Imagine New York workshop about lower Manhattan transportation projects, over 100 people debated downtown's transportation future. In small groups, they examined how well state and city plans

Token Booth Closings
  

Feb 24, 2003

Two years ago, a Brooklyn graduate student was raped on a platform at the Canal Street subway station. Police caught the assailant quickly, thanks to a token booth clerk who

Bringing Back The Commuter Tax
  

Jan 27, 2003

There are three good arguments for the restoration of New York City's commuter tax: history, budget stability, and basic fairness. From 1966 to 1999, commuters shared in the city's tax burdens,

The (Proposed) Trains To The Planes
  

Jan 20, 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. A centerpiece of the mayor's vision

Debating Transportation Priorities For Lower Manhattan
  

Nov 01, 2002

Recent stories in the Times and Daily News have highlighted the increasingly fractious debate over allocating $4.55 billion in 9/11-related federal aid for transportation projects. Some projects have won a broad