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From Wall Street to Taxi Stand: The Recession Trickles Down

Dec 15, 2008

 Photo by Ya-Hsuan Huang18-year old Umar Irshad, whose father owns Pakistan Tea House in Tribeca, insists that his family would take money from their own pockets to keep employees on

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Federal Transportation Spending: Pork or Priority?

Oct 08, 2008

Photo (cc) Dan Bruno Across the country, evidence of the need to invest in America's transportation infrastructure abounds. From the tragic collapse of the I-35 bridge in Minneapolis last year, to

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Encouraging New Yorkers to Park -- and Drive

Aug 20, 2008

Photo (cc) Jon Protas The Bloomberg administration has been on a traffic-taming tear since PlaNYC was announced in April 2007, but many of those efforts could be for naught, according to

Making Way for New York's Scooter Surge

Jul 16, 2008

Photo (cc) Kumar McMillan In the first three months of this year, scooter sales nationwide rose 24 percent, and according to the Motorcycle Industry Council, a national trade association, scooter

Albany Puts the Brakes on Faster Buses

Jun 20, 2008

Photo (cc) Timo ArnallA bill that would help enforce bus lane regulations has been blocked in the State Assembly. "No one has done more to preserve, protect and defend gridlock in

Bridging Mass Transit's Budget Gap

May 06, 2008

Photo courtesy of Triborough In 1982, Richard Ravitch, then chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, cobbled together $8.5 billion in city, state and federal financing to fund an MTA Capital Plan

Bridging New York's Transit Gap

Apr 21, 2008

Photo (cc) Brooklyn-Queens Greenways GuideNew York City should examine successful Bus Rapid Transit expansions inlarge cities such as Taipei and Bogotá. While U.S. cities such as San Diego and Las

A Serious Solution for a Serious Problem

Apr 14, 2008

Photo (cc) Brian RosnerLondon's successful congestion pricing plan was initially met with controversy. Last Monday, the New York State legislature declined to vote on congestion pricing and let the deadline