August 2008

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Congestion Pricing's World Tour

It is old news that congestion pricing was killed by the NYS Legislature this past April, but the idea that didn’t flourish here is quickly spreading to many other countries. As MTR has noted, the concept…







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NYC Don't Know Much About Parking

Under the Bloomberg administration, New York City has made a remarkable effort to make itself a more environmentally sustainable and pedestrian-friendly place. However, the city’s zoning policies will erode this progress unless they are changed, according…


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GoBus Goes More Often

In April of this year, NJ Transit added style, speed and convenience to the commute between the Irvington Bus Terminal and Newark Penn Station. Servicing the 4.8 mile Springfield Avenue corridor between Newark and Irvington, the…



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One Less Reason to Keep the Sheridan Expressway

A teardown of the Sheridan Expressway in the Bronx looks like an even stronger idea, now that design changes to NYSDOT’s Bruckner/Sheridan Expressway Interchange project have removed a key justification for keeping the Sheridan. NYSDOT announced…