transportation

President of the TWU Local 100 Tony Utano
TWU Local 100’s Tony Utano said the coronavirus pandemic makes it clear that mass transit workers should be celebrated.
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Bhairavi Desai (center), executive director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance.
The coronavirus outbreak is kicking an industry that was already down.
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A lone subway customer wears protective gloves on March 21st.
Coronavirus has plunged daily subway ridership by at least 60%.
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Access-A-Ride ends shared trips due to the coronavirus.
The coronavirus has lead to an end in shared ride-hail app and Access-A-Ride trips.
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MTA works disinfecting frequently used surfaces at Fulton Center.
Potential service cuts pose more questions than answers.
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Uber rolled out new features on Tuesday.
Riders can now discretely text 911 during Uber trips.
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Will congestion pricing happen in New York?
Governor Cuomo expressed doubt about passing the Manhattan vehicle tolling plan.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio delivers his seventh State of the City address at the American Museum of Natural History on Thursday, February 6, 2020.Mayor Bill de Blasio delivers his seventh State of the City address at the American Museum of Natural History on Th
In his State of the City de Blasio introduced his plan to turn city vehicles electric
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NYC taxi drivers are facing a taxi medallion loan crisis.
Experts weigh in on whether an app, surge pricing or a bailout can stop the industry’s implosion.
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Some elected officials think side guards on trucks could help reduce cyclist fatalities.
They could save pedestrian and cyclist lives, but industry fears costs.
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