Bloomberg By The Numbers

The Brian Lehrer Show

Housing Less Affordable Under Bloomberg

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

WNYC reporter, Cindy Rodriguez, discusses her reporting which found that the rent burden has become greater during the Bloomberg years. 


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The Series: Bloomberg By the Numbers

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Mayor Michael Bloomberg's pledge to bring professional private sector management, innovation and accountability to government, all for just a dollar a year, was a deal New Yorker's could not pass up. Now in his 10th year in office, WNYC news is examining Bloomberg's promises in a series of stories looking at how well the technical transformation of city services has  proceeded.



A Look Inside the City's 311 Help Line

Wednesday, April 13, 2011


The 311 call center fields all manner of calls as New York City's non-emergency lien and veritable citizen help desk with inquiries that vary widely — depending on factors such as time of day and the weather — and with the goal of answered 80 percent of questions within 30 seconds.



Fixing 911: Years Overdue, Hundreds of Millions Above Estimate

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Nearly a decade the September 11 attack, much-needed rehab the city's 911 emergency call system rehab is several hundreds of millions of dollars more expensive than originally projected and years behind schedule.

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Bloomberg By the Numbers: $80 Million School Data System Still Evolving

Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Bloomberg administration launched a new computer system for the city schools three years ago, but the $80 million system hasn't yet achieved its full potential — even at schools that use it heavily.

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