Mayor Bill de Blasio today released New York Works, a series of 25 initiatives to spur 100,000 jobs with good wages over the coming decade. Continue Reading →
A disability rights group filed a complaint Thursday against the city for creating WiFi kiosks across the city that are inaccessible to the blind. Theis gradually installing 7,500 kiosks across the five boroughs in place of old pay phones, but the nonprofit Disability Rights Advocates says blind people are unable to use them. Continue Reading →
The citywide network of Wi-Fi stations known as LinkNYC begins its $200 million rollout from Harlem to Hollis Tuesday with the unveiling of two “links,” or kiosks, on Third Avenue (downtown for some reason). Continue Reading →
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