March 8, 2012
Since the premature demise of would-be 2013 mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, who famously told Mayor Michael Bloomberg that upon becoming mayor he would "have a bunch of ribbon-cuttings tearing out
Transit and Traffic Reduction
Prompted by Press Release:
Submitted by joseph on March 9, 2012 - 17:47. categories [ ]
This legislation will speed service for millions of New York City bus riders by authorizing the New York City Department of Transportation and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to operate bus
Submitted by lindsey on December 21, 2011 - 12:01. categories [ ]
This bill will ensure that New York State roadways are built for all users: bicyclists, public transportation vehicles and passengers, motorists, and pedestrians of all ages and abilities.
Submitted by lindsey on July 5, 2011 - 15:41. categories [ ]
Twice in the last two years, the Paterson and Cuomo Administrations have raided funds dedicated solely to transit, taking a total of $260 million for other purposes.
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Local Organizations Show Support For Ward’s Record Of Accomplishments
Responding to rumors that Chris Ward may be removed from his position as Executive Director of the Port Authority, local advocates voiced their approval of Mr.
Transit Advocacy Group Cites the Millions of New Yorkers Who Stand To Benefit From Better Public Transit
Transportation Alternatives praised Assembly Member Grace Meng (D-Flushing) today for taking a leadership stance in protecting the millions of New Yorkers who use public transit with the introduction
Transportation Group Circulates Step-By-Step Guide To Document And Report Lawless Driving
Transportation Alternatives, New York's leading transportation advocacy group, today released their "Neighborhood Traffic Monitoring Toolkit," a step-by-step guide to help communities document l
Transportation Alternatives Urges New York’s Government To Take Action On The Revenue Crisis Facing Public Transit
With the legislature and governor reaching agreement on the budget overnight, Transportation Alternatives urges New York's public officials immediately look to the future and address the revenue cri
"Police enforcement of the most dangerous behaviors on the loop drive is important," said Caroline Samponaro, director of bicycle advocacy.
More than 600 East Side residents shaped blueprint’s recommendations
With its wide avenues that encourage speeding, and a high number of residents who get around by walking and biking, Manhattan's East Side leads the city for pedestrians and cyclists injured by motor