Shower trucks stand at the ready as Mayor Eric Adams awaits a green light from the federal government.
Texas charities are now sending migrant families to NYC on airplanes, not buses — yet airports lack the migrant support amassed at Port Authority Bus Terminal.
An audit by the agency’s inspector general, launched after a report by THE CITY, found that customers paid “totally indefensible” prices.
New York City’s local airports expect to see the most travelers in two years this week — but flyers should brace for long waits at taxi stands. An analysis of Taxi & Limousine Commission data by THE CITY shows the number of yellow taxis plunged from 11,302 in September 2019 to 6,218 two years later […]
With plans to build an AirTrain terminal at Willets Point benched, accessibility advocates hope that long-delayed upgrades to the Long Island Rail Road station there will finally be on deck. The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey on Tuesday opted to “pause further action” on the $2.1 billion rail connection between LaGuardia Airport, […]
New York’s outgoing governor liked to cast himself as a master builder of transportation projects, regularly invoking the specter of Robert Moses in speeches at rail stations and airports. From the opening of the Second Avenue Subway in 2017, to the ongoing renovation of LaGuardia Airport and the recent overhaul of Penn Station, Gov. Andrew […]
An investigation into high-flying prices on food and beverage concessions at the region’s three major airports is set for takeoff. Port Authority of New York & New Jersey officials said Thursday that the bi-state agency’s new inspector general will examine whether OTG — the company that runs concessions at Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark Liberty — […]