New Website: Candidates for Council, Citywide Office Weigh in on Transportation
Bike Ride to Support Safer Streets for Bicycling and Walking in Queens
"Biking Rules!" aimed at promoting civic riding and easing bike-pedestrian friction
With 185,000 daily cyclists, NYC celebrates with rides and six commuter rest-stops
When: Friday, May 15, 8 am
Where: City Hall Park, corner of Chambers Street and Centre Street
Media Outlet:Tri-State Transportation Campaign
April 3, 2009
In 2007, TSTC finally joined the 21st century by converting Mobilizing the Region from an email and fax newsletter to the blog you are reading now.
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January 26, 2009
Wiley Norville, communications director for Transportation Alternatives, and Thomas Yu, director of housing development at Asian Americans for Equality and chair of t
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Media Outlet:Downtown Express
January 16, 2009
Chinatown neighbors at the Chatham Square Redesign Task Force meeting on Monday did their best to point out flaws in the unpopular project -- but time is running out.
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Media Outlet:New York Times Blog
January 21, 2009
Several East River bridges have turned into a slushy slip-and-slide for pedestrians and cyclists, a local advocacy group claimed.
Submitted by forrest on January 22, 2009 - 16:16. categories [ ]
**This event is completely full, but if you're interested in attending a future session please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be in touch with our plans for a second round of T.A.
Bridge lanes are rethought
Media Outlet:Metro NY
November 3, 2008
The Brooklyn Bridge can be a dangerous, crowded mix of tourists and bicyclists -- both growing in numbers -- separated by strip of paint.
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