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Recent revelations about overspending on the Long Island Railroad should have commuters across the metropolitan area demanding contract reform. Read More.
Mayor de Blasio’s introduction of ferry service has been a mixed bag. Read More.
As part of New York’s new budget, the state legislature—with the approval of the New York City delegation—passed legislation approving congestion pricing in Manhattan below 60th Street. Read More.
Construction costs in New York are much higher than around the rest of the United States. One reason is the city’s notorious Scaffold Law. Read More.
New York’s buses and subways are a mess, and part of the problem is New York’s elected officials: they continually deflect responsibility for running the MTA. Read More.
Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo have announced a new plan to fix the MTA. Read More.
The Beat identifies three key policy areas and offers solutions that should appeal to people across the political spectrum. Read More.
A gang fight turned into a cold-blooded murder on the Number 7 train last weekend, police say. Read More.
Governor Cuomo made waves last week by announcing that the long-scheduled closing of the L train—in order to make urgent repairs to the tunnel—was in fact unnecessary. Read More.
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