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Hike Corporate and Payroll Taxes to Fund MTA, Think Tank SaysBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
Increasing the payroll mobility tax plus raising the tax on corporate profits is a fair mix, said the Fiscal Policy Institute.
MTA Offers Funding for Bronx Clean-Up to Get Congestion Pricing Over the LineBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
In New York, howls about added pollution from a new tolling plan are being met with a promise of action.
Why Won’t Carl Heastie Back Expanded Camera Enforcement to Take On Bus Stop Blockers?By Dave Colon | | No Comments
A bill to expand use of bus-mounted and on-street enforcement cameras — and allow the tech in bike lanes — has run up against opposition from the state Assembly.
State Senator Seeks Online Delivery Charge to Fund City InfrastructureBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
New Yorkers who shop online would pay 25 cents per package under a new proposal in Albany to raise $226 million annually for city infrastruture.
Activists Want a Protected Bike Lane on an Unsafe Stretch of Bedford AvenueBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
The Department of Transportation must add a protected bike lane on the dangerous stretch of Bedford Avenue between Flushing and Flatbush avenues, a major north-south spine that spans multiple neighborhoods in Brooklyn, a group of advocates led by a Black-run bike club is demanding.
March (Parking) Madness: Bash at the BeachBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
Today's competition is a beach-side battle pitting the Rockaway peninsula's two precincts against each other. Befitting the good vibes of the nearby beach, the entire experience was pretty chill, save for a burned-out car getting its own parking spot for some reason.
Oonee’s Next Goal? Make Secure Bike Parking As Common As Bus SheltersBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
It's one bike parking unit, one giant leap for bike parking.
State Legislators Fill MTA Fiscal Hole, Reject Fare Hike — But Don’t Expand ServiceBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
Advocates, needless to say, are pissed off.
Hochul Scraps ‘Wrong Way’ AirTrain for Thrilling New Tech — The Bus!By Dave Colon | | No Comments
The decision comes 17 months after the governor formed an expert panel to explore alternatives to former Gov. Andrew Cuomo's $2-billion wrong-way AirTrain that no one wanted.
New Prospect Park Road Redesign Paves the Way for Central ParkBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
Under the new design, people on bikes will share a 16-to-18 foot lane with "authorized vehicles," flanked by two separate pedestrian lanes — one 13-to-14 feet wide, the other six-to-eight feet wide.
Queens Panel Wants a ‘Pedestrian-First’ Austin Street — And a Possible Car BanBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
At present Austin Street is a two-way street serving local businesses, a design that results in packed sidewalks and lots double parking, according to locals.
MTA Boss: ‘Fingers Crossed’ Feds Will Soon Greenlight Congestion PricingBy Dave Colon | | No Comments
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