Crazy Urban Alloy Transportation Hub Looks Like an Alien Organism Landed on Queens

Crazy Urban Alloy Transportation Hub Looks Like an Alien Organism Landed on Queens

Urban Alloy Towers was also designed to use the “remnant spaces” of the surrounding intersection and elevated LIRR tracks. As such, those parts of the building extend outwards…

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5 Ideas That Could Help Save Citi Bike

5 Ideas That Could Help Save Citi Bike

Image via Mr. TinDC PUBLIC-PRIVATE FUNDING When 6,000 Citi Bikes rolled onto the streets Manhattan and Brooklyn for the first time nearly a year ago, former NYC Mayor Michael…

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Upper Manhattan Could Soon Be Getting Its First Protected Bike Lane

Upper Manhattan Could Soon Be Getting Its First Protected Bike Lane

The New York City Department of Transportation wants to give Upper Manhattan bikers a helping hand with a whole new set of bike lanes, as well as the area’s first protected bike lane…

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Could This Proposed Tax Break Help Citi Bike with Its Financial Woes?

Could This Proposed Tax Break Help Citi Bike with Its Financial Woes?

It's no secret now that Citi Bike is having financial woes, but New York Senator Charles Schumer has an idea that could help them out. Schumer has proposed an amendment to a tax bill…

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Google Signs Agreement with NYC Mayor to Replace NYC Taxis With Driverless Google Cabs

Google Signs Agreement with NYC Mayor to Replace NYC Taxis With Driverless Google Cabs

If you're sick of dealing with rude New York City cab drivers, we've got some welcome news for you. Yesterday Mayor de Blasio signed a contract with Google to start bringing Google's…

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Gov. Cuomo Unveils $4.9 Billion Plan to Protect NYC Transportation Infrastructure from Storms

Gov. Cuomo Unveils $4.9 Billion Plan to Protect NYC Transportation Infrastructure from Storms

New York isn't taking its chances with future superstorms. On Wednesday, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo unveiled a $4.9 billion plan to protect vital NYC transportation infrastructure from…

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Help Students Petition for Pedestrian and Bike Lanes on the Rockaway Freeway

Help Students Petition for Pedestrian and Bike Lanes on the Rockaway Freeway

A group of students in Far Rockaway want to make a section of the Rockaway Freeway safer for pedestrians and cyclists, and they need your help to do it. Youngsters from the Rockaway…

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New QueensWay Workshops Reveal Plans for Zip-Lines, Ping-Pong Tables and a Giant Slide

New QueensWay Workshops Reveal Plans for Zip-Lines, Ping-Pong Tables and a Giant Slide

At the workshop, WXY Architecture and DLand Studios showed their designs for the project, which will renovate the former Long Island Rail Road track into a new linear path surrounded…

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Citi Bike Reportedly Needs Millions in Funding to Stay Afloat

Citi Bike Reportedly Needs Millions in Funding to Stay Afloat

NYC’s Citi Bike system is in hot water, and the program's leaders are scrambling to raise tens of millions of dollars to keep it afloat. The Wall Street Journal reports that the…

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Friends of the QueensWay Unveils Preliminary Designs for a High Line-Style Elevated Park and Bike Path

Friends of the QueensWay Unveils Preliminary Designs for a High Line-Style Elevated Park and Bike Path

Friends of the QueensWay and the Trust for Public Land have released new renderings illustrating their plan to turn a stretch of train tracks in Queens into a High Line-style public…

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Futuristic New Renderings Show What LaGuardia Airport Could Look Like in 2021

Futuristic New Renderings Show What LaGuardia Airport Could Look Like in 2021

Newly released renderings of a revamped LaGuardia Airport show what it could look like in 2021 - the year that the Port Authority is expected to complete its $2.5 billion redevelopment…

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Journal Squared, Expected to Be New Jersey's Tallest Residential Complex, Breaks Ground in Jersey City

Journal Squared, Expected to Be New Jersey's Tallest Residential Complex, Breaks Ground in Jersey City

Acres of asphalt will be repaved into a sweeping tree-filled plaza with space for farmers markets, bicycle parking, and evening film projections. The entrance to the station itself is…

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Did New York's Aging Gas Infrastructure Contribute to the Deadly Harlem Explosion?

Did New York's Aging Gas Infrastructure Contribute to the Deadly Harlem Explosion?

The death toll from the explosion that leveled two buildings in East Harlem on Wednesday has now risen to eight, with at least 60 people injured and several still missing. The…

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Musical Subway Turnstile System Could Turn Commutes into Mini Symphonies

Musical Subway Turnstile System Could Turn Commutes into Mini Symphonies

Bored straphangers may be in for an acoustic treat on their commutes if James Murphy has his way. The DJ, producer, and former front man for LCD Soundsystem has devised a program that…

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PHOTOS: See the World Trade Center PATH Station's First New Platform

PHOTOS: See the World Trade Center PATH Station's First New Platform

The new Platform A can be accessed by taking the World Trade Center Transportation Hub's main escalators (located at the corner of Vesey Street and Greenwich Street) and making a right…

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PHOTOS: Inhabitat Uses the ShareRoller to Turn a Regular Citi Bike into an Electric Bike

PHOTOS: Inhabitat Uses the ShareRoller to Turn a Regular Citi Bike into an Electric Bike

Photo courtesy of Jeff Guida Guida, a New York-based engineer and entrepreneur, created the ShareRoller after being turned off by Citi Bikes' hefty frames. "I kind of felt like I was…

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Find One of These Art-Adorned Citi Bikes and Get Free Admission to the Armory Show

Find One of These Art-Adorned Citi Bikes and Get Free Admission to the Armory Show

Citi Bike will be getting into the spirit of next week's Armory Show by showing off 10 art-emblazoned bikes designed by world-renowned artist Xu Zhen. The bike share program teamed up…

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Port Authority Opens World Trade Center Transportation Hub's First PATH Train Platform

Port Authority Opens World Trade Center Transportation Hub's First PATH Train Platform

The Port Authority is making headway with their World Trade Center transportation hub, and launched the PATH station's first train platform this morning. The newly opened Platform A…

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New Jersey Cities Hope to Launch New Regional Bike Share System

New Jersey Cities Hope to Launch New Regional Bike Share System

The cities of Hoboken, Jersey City and Weehawken in New Jersey are teaming up to launch a bike share system this summer that will offer 800 bikes, 50 bike stations and two…

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7 Train Extension and East Side Access Projects Delayed Due to Construction Issues

7 Train Extension and East Side Access Projects Delayed Due to Construction Issues

New York commuters will be disappointed - but probably not surprised - to hear that the city's $2.4 billion 7 train extension will not be ready for service as expected this June. The…

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Residents Rally to Have MTA Fix Long-Broken Escalator at East Broadway Station

Residents Rally to Have MTA Fix Long-Broken Escalator at East Broadway Station

Residents living near the F train's East Broadway stop have been inconvenienced by the subway station’s broken escalator for nearly two years. Despite continual promises by the…

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Citi Bike Share Inequality Becoming More of an Issue in New York City

Citi Bike Share Inequality Becoming More of an Issue in New York City

With all of the talk about income inequality in newly elected Mayor Bill de Blasio's New York City, the unequal distribution of Citi Bike stations thus far has been facing more…

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Warm Your Frozen Body in This Heated, Beach-Themed Bus Shelter Oasis in Midtown

Warm Your Frozen Body in This Heated, Beach-Themed Bus Shelter Oasis in Midtown

As New Yorkers shiver through the second coming of the Polar Vortex today, one beach-themed bus stop in Midtown is attempting to lift some spirits. Sponsored by the Greater Fort…

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What Does the Bankruptcy of the Company That Built Citi Bike Mean for Bike Sharing in NYC?

What Does the Bankruptcy of the Company That Built Citi Bike Mean for Bike Sharing in NYC?

Bixi, the Montreal-based non-profit that developed the technology for New York City's bike sharing program, has filed for bankruptcy. Although the financial crisis isn't entirely…

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Hevo Power's Wireless Manhole Cover EV Chargers Arriving Soon in NYC

Hevo Power's Wireless Manhole Cover EV Chargers Arriving Soon in NYC

Back in October, Hevo Power announced that its new wireless induction EV chargers that look like manhole covers would be arriving in NYC in the first quarter of 2014. Now the…

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