Business Insider reports that Civil rights groups joined Uber and Lyft in their fight against the New York City Council’s proposed plan to place a cap on the number of vehicles that ride-share services can operate in the city.
By Arva Rice A lot has been made in recent weeks of creating a cap on Uber, Lyft and other for-hire vehicles.
Lyft, the fastest growing rideshare company in the U.S., today announced a new program to support the important work of New York area non-profit organizations focused on building stronger, healthier, more equitable communities.
Following the decision by Uber & Lyft on skyrocketing the prices in the area affected by an explosion this morning near the Port Authority Bus Terminal, uptown Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, Chair of the Transportation Committee released the following statement:
In today’s social media landscape, Instagram has emerged as one of the most influential platforms for individuals and businesses alike.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams, New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez.
Cars are often seen as a means of transportation to get us from point A to point B, but did you know that they can also bring you money?
By Eric Adams Last week, in Queens — the borough I grew up in — I reported to New Yorkers on the state of our city.
For many people, driving is an unavoidable part of their daily routine.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams delivered his second State of the City address, outlining a “Working People’s Agenda” focused on delivering jobs, safety, housing, and care for New Yorkers.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today outlined a “Working People’s Agenda” in his second State of the City address.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez today announced a nearly two-mile expansion.
As Super Bowl partygoers make plans for watching the big game on Sunday, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is urging everyone to put choosing a non-drinking, sober driver at the top of their checklist.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today gave a raise to hard-working essential workers, many of whom are immigrants, and all who helped New Yorkers get around the five boroughs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MBP Gale Brewer sent this on Thursday, January 20, 2022; we thought those of you who didn’t get a chance to read it this past Thursday might welcome the chance to get up to date.