New York City

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More New Yorkers Are Leaving the Car Behind

A report from the New York University’s Furman Center released last week examines New York City’s gentrifying neighborhoods, analyzing shifting trends in population, housing and income. And although the report is primarily focused on housing, it recapitulates some commuting…

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NYC Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez | Image: William Alatriste via @NYCCouncil/Twitter

Politicians On Transit: Earth Day Edition

New York City’s first-ever Car-Free Day, which coincided with the international Earth Day celebration, brought about a handful of street closures and even more images of city leaders using transit and riding bicycles. Supporting #CarFreeNYC and taking the @NYCTBus….


On National Walking Day, Analysis Identifies the Region’s Most Deadly Roads for Pedestrians

The latest Tri-State Transportation Campaign analysis, released today, National Walking Day, finds that 1,298 pedestrians were killed on roads in Connecticut, New Jersey and downstate New York in the three-year period from 2012 through 2014. The Most Dangerous…