Buying your first car is definitely one of the biggest milestones anyone would face. While it is true that to a large extent, there isn’t a specific timeline or age Continue Reading →
Starting your own business is a dream many people have. Being your own boss and deciding your own hours of work are obviously tempting factors, and many people also crave Continue Reading →
Today, Monday, November 18th, Transportation Chairman, uptown Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez was joined by NYC Livery Base and Corporate Black Car drivers and owners, and community leaders and advocates,
New York’s Supreme Court has rejected Uber’s bid to overturn the cap on the number of ride-hailing vehicles allowed to cruise the city’s streets without passengers.
Low-income New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis can access more than just a book at the city’s three public library systems — as of this past week, they can get Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio yesterday took steps to quickly put into effect a historic set of Taxi and Limousine Commission regulations that will combat congestion from Harlem to Houston by Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio today released “Green Wave: A Plan for Cycling in New York City” to confront the rise in cycling fatalities in 2019.
The de Blasio Administration joined Lyft to today announce the boundaries of the planned expansion of Citi Bike over the next five years, which will bring the nation’s largest bike Continue Reading →
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