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Syracuse, N.Y. transit chief, Kobliski retiring after nearly 40 years at agency

Management & Operations| November 12, 2015

In 2006, Centro was named the American Public Transit Association's Best Mid-sized Transit System in North America.

Metro-North Railroad completes $2.1M energy efficiency project

Sustainability| August 26, 2015

The energy saving project, completed under the Gov. Cuomo's BuildSmart NY program, will save New York State more than $328,000 in energy costs and remove approximately 1,280 tons of greenhouse gases annually.

Government Issues| March 26, 2015

New Yorkers have longest workweek with commute, study says

The study found that lower-wage workers often endure the most brutal commutes, and the findings suggest a need for workplace policies that help to balance work and family life, in addition to better investment in our mass transit system.

Management & Operations| August 7, 2014

Officials awaiting toxicology report in Times Square bus crash

Preliminary drug and alcohol tests for the driver William Dalambert came back negative, however, he failed a field sobriety test after Tuesday's crash, leading police to float the theory that he may have been high on drugs.
Mobility| July 8, 2014

Uber to drop rates to compete with N.Y. taxis

The move could spur protests from drivers as it did when Uber dropped prices in San Francisco.
Management & Operations| June 12, 2014

NYC residents say intercity buses flooding their neighborhood

There are 71 intercity bus stops scattered throughout Manhattan, with more than one-quarter of that number located in the Lower East Side. Residents’ complaints include crowded sidewalks, blocked fire hydrants and exhaust.
Management & Operations| May 15, 2014

RATP Dev launches NYC sightseeing bus service

The two sightseeing routes are using 15 double-decker buses sporting the colors of the American flag and operate every 10 to 15 minutes.
Accessibility| May 12, 2014

N.Y. taxi fee to improve wheelchair accessibility approved

Approximately 400 of the more than 13,000 yellow cabs now on city streets can accommodate wheelchairs. That number will rise to more than 7,500 by 2020.
Accessibility| April 14, 2014

30-cent surcharge to fund NYC accessible taxis

Fifty percent of all yellow cabs to be wheelchair accessible by 2020, expanding the largest accessible taxi fleet in the nation.
Accessibility| January 2, 2014

N.Y. mayor-elect taps Trottenberg to run city’s transportation

Polly Trottenberg will be the new DOT Commissioner, replacing Janette Sadik-Khan, who served six years as Commissioner under outgoing Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Trottenberg has served as the Under Secretary for Policy at the U.S. Department of Transportation since January 2013.

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