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Delrisa Sewell-Henry, a home health aide, was resigned to spending two hours on a bus and three subway trains just to get across Queens to... [Read More]
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The median commuting time for health care workers has increased to 51.2 minutes compared with 47.3 minutes citywide, a new report on transit challenges finds. [Read More]
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The New York State task force's plan is seen as the starting point for negotiations to build political consensus to make congestion pricing a reality. [Read More]
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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Friday that he saw improvements in a new proposal to charge vehicles to use Manhattan's busiest streets. [Read More]
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New York could become the first U.S. city with a pay-to-drive system. Trucks and for-hire vehicles would cost more, but key bridges would stay free. [Read More]
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New York City's water system moves over a billion gallons a day, nearly all of it unfiltered. A major investment aims to keep it that... [Read More]
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The governor ruled out new bridge tolls in favor of creating a geographic zone where drivers would be charged fees depending on their vehicle and... [Read More]
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Adeola Dorris just wanted to go home to Guyana. [Read More]
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Some drivers in Queens and Brooklyn worry their commuting costs could go up with a new congestion plan. They oppose tolls on the East River... [Read More]
A New York task force weighs a new fee on rides in for-hire vehicles in Manhattan, which would be paid by riders and raise money... [Read More]
Queens Boulevard has not seen a pedestrian fatality in three years. It has become a centerpiece of the mayor's Vision Zero traffic safety campaign. [Read More]
A research group has proposed ending weekday overnight subway service to enable much-needed repairs. Riders and transit advocates called the idea elitist and unfeasible. [Read More]
An influential urban research group is calling for creating a state-controlled corporation with one mission: overhauling the aging subway system. [Read More]
For decades, the plan to reduce traffic by charging drivers in crowded zones in Manhattan has been revived again and again. [Read More]
New York City officials aim to transform Broadway Junction from a pass-through to a destination stop with offices, stores, restaurants and other amenities. [Read More]
New York Even when she has a walk signal, Jane Pachuta has been cut off by cars making left turns and barreling through the... [Read More]
To improve safety, New York City has reprogrammed walk lights at 2,381 crosswalks to come on seven to 11 seconds before green lights release cars. [Read More]
Via, an app that offers low-cost car pool rides, is using crowdsourcing to ask New Yorkers to vote for the neighborhoods it should serve next. [Read More]
'Each year we don't get a hurricane here we know we've dodged a bullet'... [Read More]
While much of New York City's battered infrastructure has been repaired and even improved, most long-term resiliency measures are still years away... [Read More]
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