Category Archives: sustainable transportation

In Queens, a subway too far

It’s no mystery why Queens is behind the four big boroughs in transit. Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx have smaller populations than in 1950, while Queens has more 770,000 people – but nearly no gain in areas covered by the subway. Continue reading

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The streets are alive with the sound of people

By Len Maniace Who could imagine a decade ago that traffic on New York’s honking, cursing, screeching streets would be shoved aside to make room for bicycles and pedestrians. Or that New Yorkers, born and bred, would join tourists shooting … Continue reading

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