I for one will be eagerly following the Q&A taking place on the Times’ City Room blog with newly-appointed Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan. Part one of six is up now, and I almost can’t believe what I’m reading… she is talking about the […]
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The NY Times editorial quoted below spells out the current stalemate on congestion pricing and consequences of NOT passing this much-needed piece of legislation (including a subway fare hike as high as 50%). I am thoroughly embarassed by the Democratic Party “leadership” that could cost […]
Don’t be fooled by the “tax on working people” rhetoric from politicians who speak for a small but vocal minority of their constituents; the vast majority of working people in New York City commute by public transportation. Those of us who do not drive in […]
The good folks at Neighborhood Energy Network are co-sponsoring a screening of “Contested Streets” this Thursday night, with a post-film discussion moderated by Dani Simons of Transportation Alternatives. Through interviews with leading historians, urban planners, and government officials, this 57-minute film explores the history and […]