Winners & Losers

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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners NJ Transit’s River Line—Despite continuing service reductions due to damage from Hurricane Irene, ridership on the Camden-Trenton light rail line has risen significantly…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners Assemblyman James Brennan (D-Brooklyn) and Senator Martin Golden (R-Brooklyn)—After a bill to safeguard New York’s transit funding was defanged late last year, the lockbox…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners Connecticut sustainable streets advocates–on Wednesday, over 70 advocates, town planners, engineers, policymakers, businesspeople, and non-profit leaders attended a Tri-State-organized forum on designing and…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners The City of Hartford—The city has installed 12 new bike racks, and there are more to come: 287 will grace the streets…


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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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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…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Jim Simpson—This week, Commissioner Simpson called for greater federal investment in New Jersey’s ailing transit system. Washington isn’t…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners Senators Lautenberg, Menendez, Schumer, Gillibrand, Lieberman, and Blumenthal—Last week, Senate leadership agreed to include one of the most-needed reforms to the Senate’s transportation…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development.   Winners New York State Senator Jack Martins (R-Mineola)—Senator Martins, echoing New York State Department of Transportation Commissioner Joan McDonald’s commitment to safer…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners Tribeca residents—NYCDOT has installed a traffic light at the perilous Greenwich and Duane intersection, where a three-year-old was struck by a cab…