walking and public transit.
Including the Construction of a Stadium in West Midtown Manhattan
June 5, 2003
Testimony of Noah Budnick, Project Director of Transportation Alternatives
December 15, 2003
January 27, 2004
March 11, 2004
Advocacy Group Estimates 400,000 Will Take to Bikes
Based on an analysis of photographs of the 1980 transit strike, the bicycle and pedestrian advocacy group, Transportation Alternatives estimates that daily cycling levels in NYC will quadruple to 400,000 bicyclists.
East River Bridge and Avenue
Bike / Ped Lanes to Handle Throngs
M96 Is City’s Pokiest Bus; Penguins Swim and Chickens Run Faster; Groups Release Report on Ways to Speed Up Bus Service
The NYPIRG Straphangers Campaign and Transportation Alternatives today awarded the first-ever “Pokeys” to the 25 slowest bus routes in New York City. The groups also issued a comprehensive 90-page report advocating “Bus Rapid Transit” strategies that have boosted bus speeds in the United States and around the world (see summary of report).
Urge Adoption of New Discounts and Say Will Not Cost MTA
Riders Want 5-Day
"Flexible" Unlimited-Ride Passes,
Also Calls for Lowering Fare to $1.40 By Ending 10% MetroCard Bonus
No Subway? No Bus? No Problem!
TRANSIT STRIKE ACTION PLAN
Cyclist vs. Straphanger vs. Taxi rider Vie for Fastest Commute from Brooklyn to Columbus Circle
Bike Week NYC Commuter Race
Monday, May 5th, 8 am at