Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, New York City Transit President Andy Byford, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, and a representative from Assembly Member Al Taylor’s office, met outside the 168th St. Continue Reading →
Curbed reports that like death and taxes, MTA fare hikes are, unfortunately, a fact of life—and another one is looming, with the transit authority set to raise prices for its subways, buses, commuter rail lines, and bridge and tunnel tolls. Continue Reading →
The New York City subway system has long been in need of revamp. The subway and buses that serve NYC carry 7.7 million people every day, and the subway system alone has 24 lines and over 400 stations. Continue Reading →
Ohs Online reports that the New York State Department of Transportation recently completed a $7.8 million safety project on Harlem River Drive in Harlem that included resurfacing work, new median barrier, signage, and energy-efficient LED lighting.
The 125th Street Ferry in Harlem ran back and forth to the Edgewater Ferry Station in New Jersey and back to Harlem during the turn of the 20th century at the beginning of the industrial revolution from 1903 – 1941.
A day before 1.1 million children return to school, Mayor Bill de Blasio held a public hearing for and signed Intro. 1089, which preserves and expands the use of speed cameras near schools where speeding is prevalent. Continue Reading →