Bill de Blasio is never going to be president. But he is going to be a former mayor someday. And he has a little less than 27 months to shape just what that legacy looks like, and the kind of city we get to live in when he’s gone.
Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism and City Limits Announce Plan to Preserve ‘Voices of New York’
What rules do the proponents for legalizing prostitution have in mind? How can I get racial demographics for Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island School Districts?
Our 2018 ‘Can Buses Be Better?’ focused attention on the surface transit that rolled in the shadows of the subway crisis.
The city’s Water Board is considering its annual rate adjustment, which will be effective July 1. The Board’s proposal is for a 2.31 percent increase. If you want to weigh in, here are the dates, times and locations of the public hearings on the rate proposal
San Francisco voters approved a similar program, Los Angeles lawmakers tasked that city’s housing department with developing one, and places like Philly, Newark and the nation’s capital are headed down the same road. But there are lessons to be learned from the Big Apple.
Riders Alliance analyzed how congestion pricing would impact commutes for express bus riders, and found it would shorten start-to-end trip times on 39 express bus routes in Brooklyn and Queens by between 37 minutes to two hours per week.
The City Council passed a set of bills intended to at least partly address the problems of maternal morbidity and mortality, which, like so many health issues, disproportionately affect low-income women of color.