Winners & Losers

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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…


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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 Daniel Squadron (D-Brooklyn), New York State Assemblyman Brian Kavanagh (D-Manhattan), New York City Councilman James Vacca (D-Bronx) and…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners U.S. Representatives Joe Crowley, Charlie Rangel, Jerrold Nadler, Carolyn Maloney, Bill Pascrell, Bob Turner, and Peter King—when word broke about how bad…


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Winners and Losers

Winners James Vacca—the chair of the City Council Transportation Committee called traffic safety “a serious civil rights issue” after Councilwoman Gale Brewer introduced legislation that would help blind pedestrians navigate the streets. Delaware River Port Authority…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners Riverkeeper—New York State’s water safety and environmental watchdog voiced its opposition to the Tappan Zee Bridge replacement project’s draft environmental impact statement…


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Winners and Losers

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and smart growth. This week’s winners: Hastings-on-Hudson—the Westchester village’s Board of Trustees passed a resolution urging Governor Cuomo to include mass transit in the Tappan…


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Winners and Losers

And now for the much-awaited second iteration of TSTC’s ‘Winners and Losers’ column, your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation. This week’s winners: Mayor Bloomberg—the Mayor’s State of the City speech showed his…