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Even with the nation’s most extensive public transportation system, New York is still remarkably dependent on private cars. (Photo: peeterv/iStock) Read More.
Another subway interaction made headlines in New York after police were filmed ticketing a woman illegally selling churros. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Read More.
A plan to ease the crush of pedestrians around Rockefeller Center during the Christmas season was nixed by the mayor at the last minute. (Photo: JamesPatrickWaddell/iStock) Read More.
Senator Schumer wants to phase out gas-powered vehicles and transition quickly toward cars and trucks that run on electricity. (Photo: spyderskidoo/iStock) Read More.
Despite warning signs and advertisements asking riders to pay their $2.75 subway fare, turnstile-jumping continues to increase. Photo: Kit L./iStock Read More.
The MTA has announced an ambitious $51.5 billion capital plan for the next five years. (Photo: ablokhin/iStock) Read More.
Mayor de Blasio returns to his humble post as New York City’s chief executive. (Photo: Yana Paskova//Getty Images) Read More.
The MTA has put forward a $52 billion, five-year capital plan. Photo: Kit L./iStock Read More.
Millions of people ride New York’s buses and subways every day, and they know that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has major problems. Read More.
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