Transportation

Lime and Bird e-scooters parked on the sidewalk.
The governor is making e-bike and scooter legalization advocates anxious.
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Sunset Park, Brooklyn
Countless New Yorkers are cut off from public transportation. Can the city bring transit to them?
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MTA construction this November.
The LIRR expansion project, decades in the making, is finally in sight of the finish line.
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The New York City ferry.
Experts weigh in on how to improve the city’s ferries without scrapping them.
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A bus on 14th Street in New York City
Despite critics’ dire warnings, everything seems to be going well.
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A Ford Excursion stretch SUV limousine.
Cuomo targeted the industry after the Schoharie crash, but a push for more comprehensive changes took a back seat post-budget.
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A wheelchair user getting into a car.
But advocates argue much more needs to be done.
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Traffic light
New York City has seen 70 pedestrian fatalities already this year. Here’s why the media is more focused on bicycle safety.
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A young woman pushes a man in a wheelchair across the street.
Why it has taken New York City 30 years to even make a plan for accessible sidewalks.
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New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli sitting in front of mirror looking at books
Budget watchdogs say the state comptroller should more closely examine subway spending.
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