Infrastructure

A crowded New York City subway station.
The bipartisan bill begins to address climate change, but short of problem’s scale.
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Taxis driving throughout the city.
Experts and lawmakers weigh in on easing the pain of burdened medallion owners and preventing predatory lending in the future.
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Congestion pricing got done. Prevailing wages could be expanded. But there’s more.
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The bill still lacks the support it needs to pass the Senate, according to lawmakers.
The fate of a proposed expansion of public works depends on the state Senate.
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cuomo subway
Yes, he does run the MTA
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Can congestion pricing help decrease traffic in the city?
It may have been part of the budget, but lawmakers punted on many of the details
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A Metro-North train in transit.
Despite the celebratory announcement, service depends on a number of pieces falling into place.
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New York City bus.
Buses could solve NYC’s congestion problem, if only New Yorkers would use them.
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A FedEx driver unloads a delivery truck in midtown Manhattan.
Assemblyman Robert Carroll proposes raising subway revenue with online retail charge and ride-hail app license fee.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo takes a boat tour to showcase the Mario Cuomo Bridge in Tarrytown.
Full-fledged expansion of public-private partnerships is still a distant glimmer.
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