transportation

A new report has grand plans to slim down the troubled transit authority.
News & Politics
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The interior of a ride-hail car.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a permanent extension of the FHV cap and new limits.
Policy
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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.
Policy
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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.
Policy
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Executive director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance Bhairavi Desai (center) speaks to reporters in New York City.
The strike may not have had its desired impact but that doesn't mean it was a complete bust.
Policy
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The Bear Mountain Bridge is just one part of New York's transportation infrastructure that could be helped by a "vehicle-miles traveled fee."
The nonprofit Citizens Budget Commission released a report detailing the possibilities presented by a “vehicle-miles traveled fee.”
Policy
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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.
Policy
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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.
Policy
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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.
Policy
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Platform tiles being replaced by MTA employees.
The state Legislature should impose reforms to the MTA’s late and over-budget practices
Opinion
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