Transportation

Editorial Cartoons | Transportation, Urban Policy
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Original Reporting | | Alternative models, Infrastructure, Transportation
May 22, 2013 — Visitors to the United States are often shocked by the paucity of robust public transportation systems in most of its cities. In many places, there is no public transportation system...view
Original Reporting | | Infrastructure, NYC, Transportation
Dec. 19, 2012 — Two weeks ago, Remapping Debate published a story detailing how a fully built-out version of the Second Avenue subway — one that can be built quickly and which would maximize...view
Original Reporting | | Infrastructure, NYC, Transportation
Dec. 5, 2012 — “I wonder if you might advise me,” wrote a New York City resident to the director of public relations of the New York City Transit Authority in 1963, “whether, in your opinion, there...view
Original Reporting | | Alternative models, State government, Transportation
June 26, 2012 — Last month, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office invited the media to see the remnants of former governor George Pataki’s failed high speed rail (HSR) program:...view
Editorial Cartoons | Transportation
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| History, Transportation, Urban Policy
Oct. 4, 2011 — Zack Furness, assistant professor of communications at Pennyslvania State University, Greater Allegheny, discusses his 2010 book, “One Less Car: Bicycling and the Politics...view
Original Reporting | | Environment, Role of government, Transportation
April 13, 2011 — With the cry of “less government” reverberating through Washington, it’s an awkward time to be a businessperson asking government to do more instead of less....view
Original Reporting | | Environment, NYC, Transportation
February 9, 2011 — Despite New York City’s extensive mass transportation network, its streetscape was, for decades, distinctly car-centric. In April 2007, however, there was a seismic...view
Original Reporting | | Environment, Transportation, Urban Policy
The Interstate Highway System: federally conceived and paid for. November 9, 2010 — In the wake of last week’s Republican gains, one of the pressing questions for the next Congress is...view