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Maligned though it may be, the public transportation system remains a lifeline connecting the far-flung corners of the five boroughs. But what many take for granted — a $2.75 ride to get from one end of the city to the other, and almost anywhere in between — others cannot afford. more
Cashless tolling at the city’s bridges and tunnels was supposed to be a win-win, reducing traffic, commute times and carbon emissions. Toll booths were replaced by E-ZPass and license plate readers last year, but it wasn’t a win for Ryan Garofalo. It’s been a nightmare. more
It’s difficult to overstate how important a bridge can be for people in their daily lives, yet it’s something often taken for granted. more
As state and local lawmakers convened in Albany for joint budget hearings, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Fix NYC traffic advisory panel has recommended one way to pay for much-needed repairs on New York City’s subway system: congestion pricing. more
Living in New York City public housing is no picnic — except for the rats and roaches that feast on garbage that piles up outside of buildings faster than maintenance crews can clear it. more
Salesman, writer, music aficionado and kibitzer Leonard Bloom died on January 21 of complications related to a heart attack. He was 86. Salesman, writer, music aficionado and kibitzer … more
(I am sending the complete release of a story I just sent you: this has contact information as well. PB.) Belhue Press 2501 Palisade Avenue, Suite A1 Bronx, NY 10463 718 884-6606 … more
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