Policy

DoITT’s failure to stop a preventable bug from crashing the city’s official wireless network prevented the city from remotely controlling 12,000 traffic lights.
Some see his resignation as the result of DoITT’s failure to stop a preventable bug from crashing the city’s official wireless network.
Should New Yorkers be concerned by potential 5G health concerns?
As New York gets closer to deploying next-generation wireless networks, some are raising red flags.
A Brooklyn view of the Manhattan Bridge.
A new report reveals that Brooklyn has been second only to San Francisco in the growth of startups.
Lyft.
Mayor de Blasio plans to extend a once-temporary cap on new for-hire vehicles and limit how long they can cruise without passengers.
Destroyed houses on Rockaway beach, four months after Hurricane Sandy hit New York.
Despite apparent overwhelming support from lawmakers, the Climate and Community Protection Act may not pass in this session.
A helicopter on the Pier 6 helipad in Lower Manhattan.
New York lawmakers are calling for a ban on all non-essential helicopters over Manhattan.
Old NYC apartment building
Attention now turns to Cuomo days before state rent laws expire.
Union members rally outside of New York's capitol building in Albany on June 11.
There are three ways lawmakers are trying to bridge their differences on a proposed expansion of the prevailing wage.
Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in New York.
The city's range of tech education offerings has expanded to keep up with its growing tech sector.
A person takes a test to obtain a driver's license.
Lawmakers are pushing for the controversial bill – here’s how it deals with the sticking points.
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