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    The Medallion Crisis Is So Bad That Taxi Drivers Are on a Hunger StrikeCabbies say the city’s relief plan doesn’t do enough.
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    Is a Woman Randomly Punching People at the West 4th Street Station?TikTok certainly thinks so.
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    This Is the OMNY Card, and You Might Be Able to Buy One TodayBut not in the subway (yet).
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    As a Delivery Worker, I Still Want More From the New Delivery-App BillsThey’re a good start, but they won’t apply to all restaurants, for starters.
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    Revolt of the Delivery WorkersExploited by apps. Attacked by thieves. Unprotected by police. The city’s 65,000 bikers have only themselves to count on.
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    How Does An Elevated Highway in New York City Even Flood?It’s a road that’s above ground. Shouldn’t it drain?
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    The FDR Drive, Swamped Last Night, Is Full of Abandoned Cars TodayTow trucks are trying to clear the road.
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    What It Will Take for Kathy Hochul to Get New York’s Congestion Pricing RightLooking to other cities for good ideas and potential pitfalls.
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    There’s One Thing We Can Learn From the Villages’ SuccessThe fastest-growing town in America is also one in which golf carts replace a lot of car trips.
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    We Just Got a Reprieve From Cuomo’s Worst Transit IdeasSo we might not get stuck with that LGA AirTrain anymore.
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    Everything We Know About Revel’s New Rideshare TeslasThe urban mobility company known for its light blue mopeds launched a for-hire car service — the catch is it only works below 42nd Street, for now.
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    The Parallel-Parking Job That Ignited the InternetIt prompted thousands of insults, threats, and moral judgments.
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    The Nightmarish Subway Floods in China Could Be Our FutureIs this what commuting under climate change will look like?
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    Andrew Cuomo, the La Guardia AirTrain, and the Art of the PossibleIt’s not the best plan. But is “good enough” good enough?
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    Subway Geysers and Jet Skis: See the Flooded Mess of Yesterday’s StormThe deluge is the latest preview of what climate change has in store for New York.
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    The Subway Booth Cash ClashA new federal bill could force attendants to accept dollars and cents.
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    City Council Candidate Jaslin Kaur Interviews Her Cabdriver FatherThe candidate and her father talk about the medallion crisis that inspired her run and her platform to improve conditions for all drivers.
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    Helmet Laws Are Not What New York City Cyclists Need Right NowElected officials keep proposing more rules for bicycles and scooters instead of fixing streets.
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    Why Your Uber Ride Is Suddenly Costing a FortuneDriver shortage, customer surplus, and harsh financial reality.
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    Grim New Numbers: Traffic Deaths Highest Since 2007Speeding, mostly, seems to be the cause.
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    Where Did All the Yellow Cabs Go?Nearly two-thirds of New York’s taxis are gone, and a lot of them may never come back.
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    The Man in the MTA’s Money RoomArmored cars, pocketless uniforms, coin-sucking vacuums: Al Putre, who counts $1.5 billion a year, lets us inside.
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    A Q.A. Q&A: Quemuel Arroyo, the MTA’s New Accessibility ChiefThe agency’s first CAO says he hears a lot of support within the MTA, but “I need to make a cultural shift here.”
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    Zoox Is Only Barely a Car, and That’s Its Most Promising FeatureThe driverless dream works better when it’s shared.
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    Can a Worker-Owned App Pull Drivers From Uber and Lyft?A cooperative tries to revolutionize ride sharing.
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    ‘The Whole Economy Depends on It’: Chuck Schumer on His Push to Bail Out the MTAThe New York senator talks about trying to persuade red-staters to keep our transit system from collapsing.
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    Uber and Lyft Just Bought a Law in CaliforniaThe companies spent $200 million to pass Proposition 22, which establishes gig-economy drivers as a new employment class.