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Runaway horses aren't the only things to worry about during carriage rides in Central Park.
The industry might now gallop off with your wallet.
In an attempt to whip
Adam E. Moreira
After work, Milagros Franco wheels home in her motorized chair across the 2Â˝-mile pedestrian walkway of the Brooklyn Bridge and then waits for a bus to her Manhattan
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It's getting worse.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority faces an operating gap of about $800 million and its five-year construction plan is down $10 billion. The authority is already
Times are tough in New York’s pedicab industry. Drivers and owners of the bicycle taxis usually count on holiday season business to get them through the slow months of
Photo (cc) 2005 Vidiot
Are the drastic service cuts adopted by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board yesterday a bow to reality or simply a tool to goose the state legislature into
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Even if they don't know Diane Schuler by name probably every sentient New Yorker knows what she didand the horror she created. On July 26, Schuler, apparently
In its first meeting since Mayor Michael Bloomberg won re-election by a narrower than expected margin, the City Council took on the administration's enforcement of parking regulations and passed four
Image from NYC's Sustainable Streets Index
Transit ridership has been rising during Mayor Bloomberg's tenure.
This is one in a series, to run between now and Election Day, examining Mayor Michael Bloomberg's
Image by SOM from Friends of Moynihan Station
Skidmore Owings and Merrill's 2006 rendering of the new train hall
Religious rhetoric often seems to find its way into discussions of Moynihan Station,
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The largest transit public works project in the country held its groundbreaking ceremony on the western shore of the Hudson River just two months ago. The Mass