Sen. Charles Schumer said more than a dozen school districts on Long Island spent more than $1 million to provide transportation to some 1,000 displaced students.
The New York Times poll has found that when asked if bike lanes are a good idea or bad idea, 66 percent of New Yorkers say they were a good idea, with the highest support coming from Manhattan.
The program aims to get New Yorkers to go green and get thinking about other ways to use the streets besides driving. In addition to getting some fresh air and exercise, don’t miss out on the top events this year.
A Maryland man was killed by a taxi in Hudson Square on Sunday morning, according to authorities.
Two men were arrested on Monday and charged with a number of crimes in connection with a suspected DWI on Long Island.
The driver who was killed in a head-on collision in Suffolk County on Saturday night, had previously been involved in two hit-and-run accidents, according to police.
Senator Charles Schumer said a mass transit tax benefit that expired last year was included in the Senate transportation bill overhauling federal highway and transit programs.
Doctors say that taxi passengers who neglect to wear seatbelts are suffering from terrible facial injuries, even in minor fender-benders.
Wednesday’s meeting was sponsored by the nonprofit Alliance for Action, a coalition of business, labor and government leaders.
Amtrak service was expected to resume Wednesday along the busy northeast corridor.
The Democrat said that the departments of Transportation, Education, Social Services and Environmental Protection are too important make a rushed decision.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey transportation officials on Tuesday said they have indefinitely suspended about 100 state-funded road and rail projects that are in their early stages as the cash-strapped state grapples with how […]
The severe storm that passed through New York City is causing major transportation delays and suspensions.
The agency will pay nearly $6.8 million to a Bergen County-based firm for the vans, minivans and minibuses. The cost will mostly be covered by federal stimulus money and various federal grants.
Blaming a budget crunch, City officials cut bus service to all 7th and 8th graders, leaving about 3,000 students in need of another way to school.