NYC Department of Transportation

A young woman pushes a man in a wheelchair across the street.
Why it has taken New York City 30 years to even make a plan for accessible sidewalks.
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An Uber vehicle.
Uber, Lyft and Via are trying different approaches to comply with the cruising time limit. 
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Bicyclist in New York City.
New York should take a page from cities like London.
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Subway turnstiles.
The One Metro New York system will allow riders use a phone or contactless card, rather than swipe a MetroCard.
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Lime is among the companies participating in a Department of Transportation pilot program for dockless e-bikes.
Lime began adding new pedal-assist dockless bikes to its current fleet in the Rockaways over Memorial Day Weekend.
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Lyft.
New York Lawyers for the Public Interest suggests various app-based ride-hail companies operating in New York aren’t doing much to make things accessible.
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New York City yellow cabs.
New York City is working to make more vehicles wheelchair-accessible, but advocates say it’s not enough.
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There's no need to be concerned with facial recognition technology being used in the subways, according to the MTA.
Questions about facial recognition technology are continuing to crop up.
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A Y2K-like bug  affected the Department of Transportation's remote control of 12,000 traffic lights in New York City.
A Y2K-like bug that caused the shut down over the weekend has generated a lot of criticism.
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New York City yellow cabs.
More taxi drivers and drivers working for app-based ride-hailing companies are suffering from poor mental health.
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