Transportation

Cyclists mourn the loss of a 33-year-old woman fatally struck by a delivery truck while riding her bicycle on June 24, in New York City.
With traffic fatalities on the rise in 2019, safe streets advocates say drivers too often escape consequences for their deadly actions.
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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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A row of Citi Bikes stationed in New York City.
Legalizing e-bikes and e-scooters failed to make it through the state budget, but proponents haven’t given up.
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Highline
It’s not just about the dollar bills and quicker commutes
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Speaker Corey Johnson delivers 2019 State Of The City address.
Johnson calls for municipal control of mass transit.
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Rush hour traffic in on the Brooklyn Bridge
The governor and mayor are aligned, but a few unanswered questions remain for congestion pricing’s future.
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Polly Trottenberg, commissioner, New York City Department of Transportation.
The transportation commissioner on speeding up buses, protecting cyclists and navigating the L train switcheroo.
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Subway commuters.
In the short term, sure. Longer term, not really.
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Gridlocked traffic on the Queensborough Bridge.
Lawmakers say it’s the only way to save the MTA. But will it get done in time?
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo on the E train.
Six yet-to-be appointed experts would set congestion prices and decide on reforms to the agency.
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