Monday, March 19, 2012
By Justin Krebs : IAFC Blogger
Mayor Bloomberg needs to defend corporate abuses one day, and police actions the next, making him the best recruiter Occupy Wall Street could ask for.
Monday, March 28, 2011
Lawmakers announced Monday new legislation geared toward helping to create a fuel-efficient taxi fleet in the city.
TN Moving Stories: Election Outcome Stops HSR Work in Wisconsin, Top Int'l Transit Systems, and What Cuomo's Plan Now?
Friday, November 05, 2010
By Kate Hinds
Outgoing Wisconsin governor halts work on its high-speed rail line "temporarily" after rail opponent Scott Walker's victory in the governor's race (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel). Walker repeated his vow this week that he would kill the project.
Capital New York asks: post-campaign, will Cuomo get serious about public transportation?
Taxi drivers in New York want a 19% fare hike--which means the base fare would increase to $3. (New York Daily News)
Does Jim Oberstar have a future in Washington after all? Say, in the Department of Transportation? Let the guessing begin! (Minneapolis Star-Tribune)
The Transport Politic tries to assess John Mica's transportation goals, but points out that "he will have to operate within a labyrinthine system of conflicting goals and limited funds. Whether he — or anyone — will get anything done under those conditions remains an open question."
AOL ranks the top ten international transit systems. You go, Curitiba, Brazil!
The victory celebration for the San Francisco Giants shattered records for both BART and Caltrain. (San Francisco Chronicle)
Monday, October 25, 2010
By Brigid Bergin : Reporter
A new recycling facility is expected to help revive Brooklyn's industrial waterfront.
Monday, February 23, 2009
By Fred Mogul : Reporter, WNYC News
For an event about people made ill by exposure to the World Trade Center, you had to wonder if exposure to the blistering cold today, outside the World Trade Center might not be the healthiest undertaking, either.
New York Representatives Carol Maloney and Jerrold Nadler held a news conference in front of WTC-7, calling on the Obama administration to re-appoint Dr. John Howard as “9/11 Health Czar.” Howard was head of the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, when President Bush in 2006 asked him to coordinate 9/11 the disparate screening and treatment programs. Howard was much respected by the advocacy community for pushing to expand funding and programming, even as the Bush administration largely opposed those efforts. Last summer, when Howard’s term as NIOSH head expired, he was not reappointed. He is currently working in a different division of NIOSH’s parent agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – and not taking media requests for interviews.