More than 13 months after Storm Sandy flooded South Ferry subway station with 14 million gallons of contaminated water, the MTA has come up with a plan to repair it. But straphangers shouldn't expect to use the station until late 2016 at the earliest.
Many of domain names disgraced official (and close friend of NJ Gov. Chris Christie) David Wildstein purchased involve New Jersey Democrats.
New York's MTA is under increasing scrutiny following this month's Metro-North derailment. It's getting downright weird at the Port Authority of NY/NJ. This American Life looks at car dealerships. D.C. is pondering a fare hike. And: bicycle helmets and the law.
A former Port Authority official who allegedly ordered the mysterious lane closures at the George Washington Bridge has reportedly been buying Internet domain addresses that use the names of public officials.
Over half of Bay Area residents support a ban on transit strikes, bucking the region’s pro-union reputation, reveals a new Field Poll. The rest of the state is split, but more Californians still believe public transit workers should have the right to strike.
Two. That's now the number of top Christie aides who have resigned in the wake of a roiling controversy over the closure of lanes on the George Washington Bridge back in September.
The feds' "Operation Quick Strike" has shuttered dozens of passenger bus companies. San Francisco is experiencing a bike boom. In Jakarta, traffic jams can mean economic opportunity. And: some NYC lawmakers want to regulate the car wash industry.
The first streetcar to glide down tracks in Washington in half a century will make its first appearance Friday, as the District Department of Transportation intends to transfer one of its new streetcars from its Anacostia test track to the H Street/Benning Road NE corridor.
Preservationists fought to save one of Winter Park's original homes from the wrecking ball. After that battle was won, the 5,000 square foot home still had to be moved. When streets proved too narrow and tree-laden to accommodate a traditional house move, plan B involved...the lake.
New Jersey Democrats investigating the handling of mysterious lane closures at the George Washington Bridge subpoenaed correspondence today from seven government officials in an effort to determine if Gov. Christie was involved. The same day, The Wall Street Journal reported that there's an alleged inter-state squabble between governors.
Boston is auditing third rails. The chairman of the Port Authority is remaining uncharacteristically silent. The airline industry is expecting record profits. The Arctic oil race is on. And: New York is testing technology that would immediately halt trains if a body is on the tracks.
The city is working on a deal to use tax-exempt bonds and other subsidies to build a soccer stadium. The agreement would bail out the bankrupt company that owns 11 parking garages and lots serving Yankee Stadium - garages originally built with hundreds of millions of dollars in government subsidies.
Barclays is ending its sponsorship of London's bike share program, commonly known as "Boris Bikes" after the London mayor, Boris Johnson, who launched the program. The bank announced its decision in a statement released Wednesday afternoon, London time
Straphangers passing through the Bowling Green subway station may be made dizzy by an array of back-lit photos that look straight down on Manhattan intersections.
It collects the tolls you pay at many of the region's bridges and tunnels. It operates LaGuardia, JFK and Newark Airports, and it builds and maintains some of the biggest development projects around New York, including the World Trade Center. And yet few people really understand the Port Authority of ...
Now the Port Authority's inspector general is investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures. G.M.'s new CEO will be the first woman to lead a major automaker. New Delhi buses are testing "panic buttons" for women. And: is there an escape clause in the agreement between NYC and its transit ...
The controversy over lane closures at the George Washington Bridge in September is beginning to get national media attention as Democrats link Governor Chris Christie, a possible presidential contender, to the issue.
This morning's wet snow has made the morning commute more of a slog than usual. But that hasn't stopped some New Yorkers from continuing to commute using the city's bike share program.
The federal government lost $10 billion on the G.M. bailout. Snowy owls will be trapped and released -- not shot and killed - at New York area airports. Miami wants a more pedestrian-friendly downtown. A California legislator wants to ban transit strikes. And: a Google bus is ground zero for ...
For as long as anyone can remember the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has worked like this: Two governors divide up the board and staff appointments, and the contracts that flow from that. No one blows the whistle on anyone else, because that might jeopardize one's own ...