NYU’s Rudin Center for Transportation has recently been cited in the media for the new report “Transportation During and After Sandy,” which details the strengths and limits of the transportation infrastructure in New York City and the surrounding region. Press coverage has praised the report’s analysis of rider frustration levels and system preparedness, as well as the accompanying interactive timeline.
Check out the links below:
Wall Street Journal, Post-Sandy Survey Ranks Transit Rancor
Transportation Nation, Sandy Data Shows NYC Commuters Are Transpo-Adaptable: Report
The Epoch Times, Full Restoration of New York Subway Still Months Away
Brooklyn Spoke, The Least Frustrated
Greater Greater Washington, Breakfast Links: How to Use Public Space
Watch for more press coverage going forward as we post follow-ups to the report.