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The city council held a hearing recently regarding a proposed moratorium on the growth of ride-sharing companies such as Uber, so the city can study the environmental impact of this growing sector of the taxi industry. Read More.
Subways are increasingly delayed, and the cars are becoming more and more crowded, even on weekends. Read More.
The Mayor’s campaign promise to ban carriage horses from the streets of New York is reportedly coming to a vote soon. Read More.
The transit workers’ union is angry that several of its bus drivers have been handcuffed after traffic incidents, and are demanding that they be exempted from the law. Read More.
The new Midtown office tower One Vanderbilt could help alleviate MTA funding woes and ease congestion while also serving as a model for future commercial and residential developments. Read More.
Citi Bike provides New Yorkers with transportation options while costing Gotham taxpayers nothing. Read More.
Decrepit cross-Hudson train tubes and a bus terminal that is near collapse require billions of dollars in upgrades just to meet current demand. Read More.
Can the Port Authority finally get the LaGuardia Terminal redevelopment project off the ground? Read More.
Slower subway and bus service is a symptom of deeper problems at the MTA. Read More.
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