Adding bike lanes to urban streets can increase the number of cyclists across an entire city, not just on the streets with new bike lanes,…View More If You Build It, They Will Bike: Pop-Up Lanes Increased Cycling During Pandemic
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“The standardized 9-5 commute into a central business district, that pattern, has been broken,” said Kathryn Wylde, the president of the partnership. Transit officials have…View More Biden Stimulus Package Helps Mass Transit Avoid Doomsday Cuts
Sunlight is not typically associated with the dingy basement vibe that envelops commuters passing through Penn Station. But natural light spills across the new Moynihan…View More Moynihan Train Hall Brings Art to Penn Station
In Boston, transit officials warned of ending weekend service on the commuter rail and shutting down the city’s ferries. In Washington, weekend and late-night metro…View More ‘Existential Peril’: Mass Transit Faces Huge Service Cuts Across U.S.
“I think I was more worried to go back out in July than I was before the lockdown,” said Ms. Coyoc. “After being home and…View More Crowded Subways? Yes, in Neighborhoods Where People Have to Go to Work
Five months after the coronavirus outbreak engulfed New York City, riders are still staying away from public transportation in enormous numbers, often because they are…View More Is the Subway Risky? It May Be Safer Than You Think