The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the New York City Transit Authority are threatening to provide less service on the Queens Flushing No. 7 subway line instead of more due to a shortage of...
On July 9, 1964, the "Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964" was signed into law.
MTA Management must stop crying and step up to the plate.
In January 1985, the Elmhurst station on the Long Island Rail Road Port Washington Branch closed. Ridership had dwindled to less than 100 per day. It was decided at the time, probably based on a...
Washington has already accumulated $23 trillion in long term debt.
Amtraks plans to delay the decades overdue major repairs to the four East River tunnels until after the LIRR begins service into Grand Central Terminal in December 2022 is bad news for both riders and taxpayers.
There are other solutions to for the MTA asking for additional $3.9 billion from Washington.
The NYC Economic Development Corporation’s release of a master plan for their own proposed Sunnyside Yard project continues to leave a major unresolved issue. How would this project work, without significant transportation improvements? Both Amtrak and...
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The Long Island alternative transportation advocacy organization, Car-less Long Island (CLLI), is holding its second annual Long Island Bike-to-Work Parade on April 29. Gathering...
Of the New Yorkers involved in the nation’s founding, Alexander Hamilton is the one best known to the public. Francis Lewis (1713-1802) was a...