September 2012

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Reminder: Long Island BRT Symposium Next Friday

Next Friday, Tri-State, in collaboration with U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, and numerous local advocacy organizations, is hosting a bus rapid transit symposium on Long Island. The event, Building Regional Ties: Bolstering Long…


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ConnDOT Studying Tolls for Hartford Area Highways

When Tri-State spoke with ConnDOT Commissioner Jim Redeker in 2011, he identified state of good repair—prioritizing the maintenance of Connecticut’s existing road, bridge, and transit infrastructure—as the primary goal for his agency. In order to help achieve…


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Wednesday Winners (and Losers)

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners Connecticut, Westchester, and Long Island rail commuters—According to recently released data, 93% of customers are satisfied with Metro-North service and 86% of…





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Traffic Fatalities Rise on NYC Streets

Over at Streetsblog yesterday, Stephen Miller broke down the “Mayor’s Management Report” and uncovered some disheartening news for New York City residents: “in the last fiscal year, traffic fatalities were at their highest level since 2008,…



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Wednesday Winners (and Losers)

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners Camden, New Jersey—Camden’s Haddon Avenue Transit Village took a big step forward after New Jersey approved a sizeable tax credit for the transit-oriented development….