Policy

Lime is among the companies participating in a Department of Transportation pilot program for dockless e-bikes.
A proposal that would have allowed localities to decide for themselves whether to legalize e-scooters and throttle e-bikes was dropped from the state budget.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo meets with construction workers during the official opening of the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge in 2018.
Union leaders say they will continue to push for their legislative priorities in the coming weeks.
Amazon.
It's been two months since Amazon pulled out of its HQ2 deal in Long Island City but New Yorkers are still pining for the tech giant's unlikely return.
The MTA is wasting no time soliciting implementation options for congestion pricing beyond the traditional camera method.
The Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority are looking for tech assistance to help them build out a tolling system.
Groups agitating for more extreme reforms of the system were left disappointed
Can congestion pricing help decrease traffic in the city?
It may have been part of the budget, but lawmakers punted on many of the details
 The plan in the Enacted Budget is expected to generate $160 million annually for local governments and $320 million for the MTA’s capital plan lockbox.
A marketplace provider tax made it into New York's $175.5 billion budget.
A broadband cable drum with laying trailer and other rolls with black fiber optic cables for faster Internet in rural regions like Erie County.
Erie County wants $20 million to install 360 miles of proprietary fiber lines so it's 5G capable.
Advocates have a new approach to pushing for publicly-funded campaigns.
Will a real estate transfer tax raise as much money and accomplish the same goals as the now-dead pied-a-terre tax?
State lawmakers are considering a transfer tax to raise money for the MTA. What does that mean?
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