March 2012

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Winners and Losers: Tappan Zee Edition

Each week, Tri-State lists the region’s heroes and villains of transportation and development. Today, at the close of the public comment period for the Tappan Zee Bridge replacement’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement, we present a special…


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ConnDOT Studying Corridor Congestion Pricing

In a major step towards a more sustainable transportation policy, the Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT) has announced that it will conduct a $1.4 million study of congestion pricing along the I-95 corridor between Greenwich and New…


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Groups Sue Over NJ DEP Waiver Rule

In response to the March 8 adoption of a controversial rule change by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), 27 environmental and labor groups have filed suit against the agency. The change, which would allow…



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Albany Dispatch: The Budget Deal

Barring a major setback, Albany lawmakers will pass an on-time budget for the second consecutive year. Many vital details have emerged for transportation and sustainable development advocates. The MTA Capital Plan Following a Senate budget resolution…



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Prudential Amends Transit Hub Tax Credit Application

Prudential Financial is seeking to amend its application for a $250.8 million Urban Transit Hub Tax Credit (UTHTC), which originally proposed to build a new office near the New Jersey Performing Arts Center by Newark Penn Station. The change…


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Public Hearing on Pedestrian/Cyclist Pathway in Rye

In Rye, NY—where sharrows will be coming to Forest Avenue—pedestrians and cyclists may soon have more to celebrate. Tomorrow at 7p.m., at Rye City Hall, the Planning Department of the County of Westchester will host a…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners G train advocates—Anticipating the potential closure of the G train’s last five south Brooklyn stops in 2013-14, likely Mayoral Candidate Bill de…