walking and public transit.
Governor Needs To Make Public Transit A Priority In 2012
This afternoon, Governor Andrew Cuomo delivered his State of the State Address.
Transit Tax Hike Tops Tough Year For Transit Riders
The millions of New Yorkers who depend on public transit every day are getting a tax hike from Washington this holiday season as Congress reduced the amount of income eligible for tax exception in com
MTA Should Work With Albany To Find New Funding Sources
At the MTA's Board meeting this morning in Lower Manhattan, Transportation Alternatives Executive Paul Steely White testified on the the need for a capital plan that is not funded by debt service, b
Poll Reveals Strong Support For Safer Streets And More Transportation Choices
A new poll released today by research firm Penn Schoen Berland and Transportation Alternatives found widespread support among proven voters in New York City for an NYPD crackdown on dangerous driving
Changes To Payroll Tax Shortchange Transit Riders
Governor Cuomo's revised payroll tax plan puts the region's subway and bus riders in a perilous position.
Transportation Alternatives’ Survey Finds that Riders Support Weeknight Subway Shutdowns
Last week, Transportation Alternatives' Rider Rebellion surveyed subway and bus riders on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's pilot program of shutting down one line at a time overnight du
Transportation Alternatives Delivers More Than 2,650 Letters To Commissioner Ray Kelly Demanding Enforcement Of Traffic Laws, Announces Investigation Of NYPD
Today, Transportation Alternatives announced the launch of an investigation into the New York City Police Department's traffic crash investigation practices.
Support Local Businesses Promoting Bicycling In New York City
When there is nothing left of Thanksgiving but the left-overs, America turns its focus on the next national holiday -- Black Friday.
Lack of Enforcement Puts Brooklynites in Harm’s Way
Last month, members of Transportation Alternatives' Brooklyn Volunteer Committee spent eight hours monitoring traffic on Jay Street, between Willoughby and Johnston streets.
Experts Discuss How Complete Streets Make Us Happy (and Healthy)
Yesterday, Transportation Alternatives convened "Concrete State of Mind: How Great Streets Can Make Us Healthier and Happier," a panel discussion at New York University's Robert F.