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Jim Bradley remembered his late wife on the first anniversary of her tragic death at the corner of Kappock Street and Johnson Avenue the only way he knew Ruth Mullen would have wanted. more
(re: “A night in the city about to reach new heights,” Aug. 18) Your story on congestion pricing makes it seem as if a price of $23 a day will definitely be the toll for entering the Manhattan central business district under the state’s plan. more
The Kingsbridge bus depot will be one of six in the five boroughs to replace diesel-guzzling commuter buses with electric vehicles this fall, the MTA announced recently. more
What’s best for Manhattan might not be so for the Bronx. At least that’s what Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz thinks when it comes to the MTA’s congestion pricing plan due to start in late 2023, four years behind schedule. more
Mayor Eric Adams and members of New York City’s 2022 Vehicle License Plates Working Group reported July 5 it has begun a crackdown on illegal or obstructed license plates. As of July 3, the … more
Faster buses in the Bronx. Can you imagine it? Most riders might have seen a change in their commute last Sunday as Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s buses finally took themselves out of the slow lane. more
Defacing a license plate to avoid paying a toll on bridges and tunnels has not only cost the Metropolitan Transportation Authority some $50 million over a two-year period, but it could also be a big problem for police. more
The driver whose bus struck and killed political activist Ruth Mullen in Spuyten Duyvil last September did not come to a full stop at a stop sign prior to the accident. more
When people typically think of businesses on Riverdale Avenue, venues come to mind like restaurants, delis and the occasional medical office. But a music studio? Which doubles as an event space? more
In a little over a week’s time, the book will close on 2021 with sights set on a new year. And like any other annual turnover, many will think about the New Year’s resolutions they’ll likely break, and plans for 2022. But for city council, the end of this year means the end of an era. more
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