What’s the practical impact of all these troopers—and, for that matter, the other police forces that patrol the bridges, tunnels, airports and train lines—on the city’s criminal justice system?
A new online tool from the Department of City Planning lets you dig deep into the demographics of your borough and your block.
Researchers created a filterable database of nutrition education programs that are active in the city.
Likely because of service problems, bus ridership overall has been shrinking. But that’s more true for some lines than others, and on some bus routes, ridership is on the way up.
State payments to NYCHA have soared over the past couple years. But the vast majority of that money is actually Sandy recovery funding from the federal government, not from Albany’s coffers.
A map shows which firms passed their inspection by the city’s Department of Consumer Affairs, and which failed, or had a violation or warning issued.
As it ponders declaring a state of emergency at the city’s Housing Authority, the Cuomo administration is pointing to the fact that NYCHA gets ‘significant’ state aid. Well, duh.
Broken windows policing changed substantially under de Blasio and Bratton even as both men defended that policing strategy to the hilt.