Lee Sander

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In The Know

Thursday, May 14, 2009

The debate over the torture memos brings up questions of who knew what (back then), and how much the public should know (now). Former Senator and Chair of the Intelligence Committee Bob Graham discusses what it means to “know” within Washington. Plus, recently-retired MTA chief Lee Sander; the current state ...

Disgruntled Straphangers

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

This week the Straphangers Campaign gave New York trains low marks in its annual report on the State of the Subways. Lee Sander, CEO of the MTA, rebuffs the group's findings.

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The State of the Subways

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

The MTA is knee-deep in budget woes and increasing complaints. Lee Sander, Executive Director of the MTA, explains the state of the subways. Plus, Stanford biologist Paul Ehrlich explains how humans are endangering their own species.

Riding the Green Line

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is considering several new eco-friendly initiatives, from growing grass on top of bus depots to using more hybrid vehicles. MTA chief Lee Sander discusses how he hopes to make public transportation greener and greener. Plus, the fortune cookie is Japanese? Jennifer 8. Lee recounts her adventures ...

Money Train

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Lee Sander, CEO and executive director of the MTA, reviews their newly announced capital spending plan.

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Building a Budget

Thursday, February 28, 2008

There is a new MTA budget plan to invest $28 Billion in the city over the next five years. Lee Sander, the CEO of the MTA, walks through the ins and outs of a budget that could jump start the congestion pricing discussion. Also, Sylviane Diouf joins us for this ...

If a Webinar falls in the Forest...

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Sewell Chan, reporter for The New York Times, checks in on the technical errors on yesterdays MTA's Webinar. Then Lee Sander, CEO and Executive Director of the MTA, lets us in on the thinking behind the fare hike (and why that Webinar didn't quite work).

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Storm + Rush Hour = Transit Chaos

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Lee Sander, CEO and Executive Director of the MTA, talks about yesterday's transportation crisis.

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By the Numbers

Thursday, August 09, 2007

300, 500, 756. If you’re a baseball fan, you know the numbers well. New York Times sports columnist William Rhoden takes a look at the meaning of the milestones for the country--and the game. We take a look at new revelations about what Governor Spitzer’s office withheld from the state ...

Fare Play

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Lee Sander, CEO and Executive Director of the MTA, explains the planned subway fare and toll hike in the face of a budget surplus.

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Mind Your B's and Q's

Monday, July 09, 2007

CEO and Executive Director of the MTA Lee Sander on the city's transportation building boom, security, and how congestion pricing could affect the system. Plus: your questions.

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Front Page News

Monday, July 09, 2007

Proponents say congestion pricing will decrease gridlock and improve air quality, while increasing ridership on public transportation. On the next Brian Lehrer show, MTA head Lee Sander will talk about his plans for accommodating the extra riders if local congestion pricing becomes a reality. Also: Lutheran Bishop of Metropolitan New ...

What To Do About Transportation?

Friday, August 31, 2001