transportation

Heavy traffic on the Williamsburg Bridge.
New York needs the revenue from Central Business District tolling more than ever, but it’s unlikely to stay on schedule.
A subway car on June 8th during phase 1 of reopening.
The authority issues a new “challenge” for tech companies to keep transit safe.
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.
Experts propose outside-the-box solutions for a healthy commute.
New York City Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg and Mayor de Blasio in 2018.
Polly Trottenberg on how NYC public transit is adapting to the crisis.
Demonstration of UV disinfecting technology at the Corona Maintenance Facility on Tue., May 19, 2020.
Ultraviolet machines, antimicrobials and disinfectants are all at the MTA’s disposal.
The Empire State Building lit up blue for MTA workers on Wednesday, April 19th.
It may be good for cleaning, but what about essential workers and the homeless?
Evening rush hour traffic on the Grand Central Parkway.
Implementation will be difficult, but the transit agency desperately needs money.
An MTA worker sanitizing a subway car in early March.
The coronavirus could derail all of the authority’s upgrades.
President of the TWU Local 100 Tony Utano
TWU Local 100’s Tony Utano said the coronavirus pandemic makes it clear that mass transit workers should be celebrated.
Bhairavi Desai (center), executive director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance.
The coronavirus outbreak is kicking an industry that was already down.
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