DOT’s New Emissions Rule is a Big Deal, Even if It Doesn’t Punish States for Polluting
No states will face penalties for building needless toxic road projects — but they also won't be able to hide those impacts from the public.
Party Time: MTA Joins Legal Battle to Defend Congestion Pricing Against Jersey Suit
The MTA sought to join forces with the federal Department of Transportation to fight a specious lawsuit by New Jersey seeking to stall congestion pricing.
Manhattan BP Wants To Raze FDR Drive South of Brooklyn Bridge
It's a great idea, but will highway-obsessed officials bite?
City Seeks $800M from Feds to ‘Repair and Enhance’ Brooklyn-Queens Expressway
“It’s sad to see the city’s text invoking the negative history of urban highway construction while seeking to cement that legacy for the rest of the 21st century,” said one activist.
This Year’s RAISE Grants Will Help Disadvantaged Communities
“This is a record amount,” said a U.S. DOT official, noting that last year, just 50 percent of RAISE funds went to underserved groups. This year, it's 70 percent.
With Fed OK in Hand, Hochul Goes Full-Speed Ahead on Congestion Pricing
Drivers stuck in congestion have an "incredible alternative," the governor said — "public transportation."