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This article was revised on March 27 to reflect recent developments.
In the 11 months since Mayor Michael Bloomberg put forth a plan to charge people to drive in Manhattan on
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn endorsed the creation of a citywide ferry service and an expansion of a small business insurance program in her State of the City address last
Segundo Musse doesn't walk too much anymore. "I got hit by a car and broke both my legs," he said surveying the scene along Manhattan Avenue in the Greenpoint section
On January 10, the New York City Traffic Mitigation Commission released a series of alternatives to Mayor Michael Bloomberg's original congestion pricing program for the city. The commission is slated
New York City has the most bus riders of any city in the country -- but the slowest and most unreliable buses, according to city officials. Two and a half
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposal for “congestion pricing” â€“ a fee imposed on driving in Manhattan’s central business district during prime hours â€“ has made it safe at last to discuss
At its stated meeting September 25, several council members introduced legislation that makes a business liable when their delivery workers or bike messengers violate traffic regulations. Legislation was also introduced
Even in packed subways, high gasoline costs and concerns about health, less than
1 percent of all New Yorkers regularly use their bicycles to commute to work.
In the touch and go, back and forth, here and there negotiations over Mayor Michael Bloomberg's congestion pricing plan, a new player got caught up in the controversy: the City
a few days ago, the world as viewed from the State Capitol and City Hall, looked
far different than it does today. Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver played his spoiler