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At first City Council hearing over Amazon HQ2, venting but few answers

The hearing did little to shed light on what, if anything, will change in Amazon’s deal with New York

“It is time to update our laws”: City Council introduces bill to legalize e-bikes, e-scooters

The package of bills would help bring electric scooters and bikes to NYC streets

Opponents of Amazon’s ‘unconscionable’ HQ2 deal rally in Queens

"This is the ultimate case of ‘three men in a room’"

NYC comptroller proposes single-fare ride for LIRR, Metro-North

Reducing commuter rail fares is one major aspect of a new report by Scott Stringer

Is New York City ready for the e-scooter revolution?

Companies like Bird are making inroads in the city, but there’s much to be done to make e-scooters a viable transit option

Interview: Paul Steely White says goodbye to Transportation Alternatives

Reflections on 15 years leading the safe streets advocacy group

Diverse group of NYC activists press state to pass congestion pricing

Housing, transit, anti-poverty, and racial justice advocates have come together in support of congestion pricing

MTA will run more 6 and 7 trains thanks to L train shutdown

The agency also promises to have modern signals on the 7 by the end of the year

Hudson Valley enclave seeks artists for affordable apartments

A new housing lottery in Peekskill, an hour north of NYC, offers apartments for under $1,500/month

Cynthia Nixon’s new campaign ad: ‘Andrew Cuomo broke the subway. I’m the one who’s going to fix it’

The gubernatorial challenger takes aim at Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a new digital ad