Learn how city and state policy decisions affect New York’s bridges, buildings, highways, and housing.
New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission has become notorious for putting items on its calendar and leaving them there, making it impossible for property owners to alter or dispose of their properties. Read More.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is a complex and debt-burdened behemoth that operates a large portion of the region’s transportation infrastructure. Read More.
Summer is coming, and Times Square is already bustling with panhandling cartoon characters, topless painted ladies, and vendors. Read More.
Federal investigators are expanding their probe into possible corruption in Governor Cuomo’s upstate economic development projects. Read More.
Building major projects in New York is expensive, but a promising method called “design-build” could make it cheaper and faster to get things done. Read More.
New York City’s network of bridges knits the city together and allows for efficient, rapid transport of people and goods. Read More.
While New York City is known for its subways, many more people use its roads than ride public transportation, and millions of tons of goods are brought to market by trucks. Read More.
Mayor de Blasio announced a grand new transportation project that would connect Astoria to Sunset Park with a dedicated streetcar line. Read More.
A group of New York City councilmembers has backed a proposal to establish tolls for cars on the four East River bridges. Read More.
The facts you need to know about the issues that matter most in New York.