Opinion: Escaping Our Car Culture by Bus
"We are, paradoxically, dependent on public transit and plagued by the congestion posed by millions of cars, choking exhaust, hundreds of annual traffic crash deaths, and the nation’s slowest bus service."
Eyes on the Street: How Are De Blasio’s Pandemic Era Busways Doing?
Four busways started by the former mayor and made permanent by Mayor Adams have sped up service for transit riders. But how much depends on car drivers.
Bus Ridership is Near 2019 Levels (If You Count the People Who Don’t Pay)
In September, bus ridership was close to 2.3 million people — near the totals in the pre-pandemic halcyon of 2019 — if you include riders who didn't pay.
NYPD Christens New Busway with Livingston Street Tow-A-Palooza
The launch of New York City's newest busway was heralded Tuesday by the mid-afternoon arrival of NYPD tow trucks.
City Traffic Helps Make Bus Service Unbearable, Expensive And Difficult To Improve
Bus riders didn't win the same kind of improvements as subway riders. And here's why.
Want More Rapid Bus Transit? Build Real Bus Rapid Transit
Johannesburg, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Bogotá and even Cleveland can do it, so why can’t New York?
Livingston Street ‘Protected’ Busway Launches Tuesday Outside Transit Offices in Brooklyn
MTA New York City Transit President Richard Davey urged transit workers to "follow the rules" ahead of the city's transformation of the downtown Brooklyn strip to a one-way busway.
Opinion: It’s Past Time for Protected Bike Lanes in Downtown Jamaica
There is no safe, legal, and easy way to ride through downtown Jamaica. It's time for that to change.