Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Editor’s note: José Bayona takes a break from politics

He was a key player on Eric Adams’ first mayoral campaign who rose to become one of the highest ranking Latinos in city government.

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Editor’s note: The MTA is ready to make a deal on vacant retail space

The transit agency is negotiating with entrepreneurs to bring businesses back to the subways.

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Editor’s Note: 4/20 isn’t just for smoking this year

Tokers, already outside, can enjoy 53 car-free streets as part of the New York City Department of Transportation’s early celebration of Earth Day.

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Editor’s Note: Oh, by the way, OJ died

The former Buffalo Bills running back, actor and convicted felon’s death was a passing afterthought.

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Editor’s Note: The view of New York City from Florida isn’t pretty

A conservative relative from the Sunshine State blamed her negative perceptions of crime and the migrant influx on messaging coming from New York’s leaders.

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Editor’s Note: Perception is NYC’s greatest challenge – and it’s Eric Adams’ too

The mayor, who said he knows New Yorkers aren’t happy after going through COVID-19 and the migrant influx, doubles down on promoting his agenda.

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Editor’s Note: Grizzly subway fight is latest blow to MTA

The agency needs to get a grip on violence that keeps erupting on the rails.

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Editor’s Note: Happy dogs offer an alternative to troops in the subways

Canine companions, in increasing numbers, deliver a calming effect for many riding the rails.

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Editor’s note: If there’s one way to get straphangers angry, it’s a subway delay

A work stoppage after a grisly attack on a conductor made for a hellish morning commute that was totally unnecessary.

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Editor’s note: A subway train improvement creates a whole new breed of straphanger

Everyone going back-and-forth across the open gangways on the new R211T cars deserves the distinction of being called “Gangway Walkers.”

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Editor’s Note: Build affordable housing in the Penn Station neighborhood, not tennis courts and fashion runways

A proposal for a venue in the area that would host the U.S. Open and New York Fashion Week fails to address New York City’s greatest need.

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Editor’s note: It’s housing, stupid

New rental vacancy numbers should spur political leaders to act fast to build more units.

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Editor’s note: I want to be an Age Disruptor and inspire others

Here’s how New York power players 50 and over are defying stereotypes, age discrimination and encouraging new generations.

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Editor’s Note: New York City journalists boldly take a stand and keep their seats

Reporters at the Daily News staged a one-day strike over cost-cutting, while other reporters at a City Hall press conference ignored an attempt to make them stand.

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Editor’s note: Hornell is no longer overlooked as America’s high-speed rail manufacturing home

The tiny town in the Southern Tier is on a comeback building next-generation Acela trains as well as other trains for transportation systems across the country.