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Push for Bike Lanes Hits Some Bumps

Feb 25, 2011

Photo by bitchcaksny Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the Department of Transportation have made a strong push for expanding bike lanes throughout New York City, but as more streets boast a special

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Bike Bills Cruise through the Council

Feb 17, 2011

Photo (cc) Sailing Nomad In the latest iteration of the bike lane debate, the City Council unanimously approved a package of legislation Wednesday to force the Bloomberg administration to report on

Cuomo No-Tax Pledge Could Bring More Transit Cuts

Dec 07, 2010

Photo by Laurent They went down the line -- abolish it, audit it, let the public elect its leaders, put the governor in charge. One-by-one, each gubernatorial candidate castigated the Metropolitan

MTA Moves Toward a 'Smart' Way to Pay Fares

Sep 22, 2010

Photo by Angeline Evans At around 8 on a hot July night, deep inside the Columbus Circle subway station, frustration was on full display. A small group gathered around a bank

New York Looks to Board High Speed Rail

Jun 17, 2010

Photo by Worklife Siemens Will fast trains such as Spain's Velaro, be coming to New York? Imagine making the trip from New York City to Albany by train in under an hour.

Council Cracks Down on Taxi Overcharges

Jun 10, 2010

Photo (cc) 2008 Bert Boerma The City Council wants to turn the light on taxis. Weighing in on the cab overcharging scandal first revealed three months ago, the City Council approved

Cabbies Urge State to Make Their Drives Safer

May 27, 2010

Photo (cc) 2010 roblisameehan Mohammad Chowdhury bears the scars of his profession. A long scar stretches across his throat, a memento of a five-inch knife wound he received during a March