Crain's New York Business
File under: only in L.A. Hopscotch, the opera, took place in 24 coordinated vehicles on the move through the city.
“You’re invited into a car not knowing the destination. The car starts moving and suddenly you’re drawn into the story with singers and musicians that are in the car with you. And as they drive through the city, activity will be happening all around you.”
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For our inaugural post on our Webfeed, we’re sharing the most clever transportation art in a while: SubwayDoodle‘s imaginings on Instagram. See just a few of his creations below.
#Monday But the week gets better! This Thursday, Subway Doodle is part of the Strictly New York 3 group show! Event link in my bio. The show features the world premiere of Subway Doodle prints! There are only 9 of them! Only 9 world premiere prints! There will never be another world premiere! Never. Ever. Strictly New York 3: The NYC Hustle 1080 Wyckoff Ave, New York City, NY 11385-5757 OPENING RECEPTION: AUGUST 25th, 2016 6-10PM ($5 admission) The NYC Hustle integrates a representation of the backbone to a city that doesn't sleep: it's daily grind. From bodegas, to construction workers, to entrepreneurs- New Yorkers are known for their fast paced, go-getter state of mind. With the dangerous speed in which our city is undergoing gentrification, artists of various media capture this daily Hustle and those that are keeping New York in its organic form. Featuring: John Ahearn Demi Vera Josh Wildman Doper Jones Klops Liv Hoffman MRS Austin Pinon Subway Doodle Jarret Robertson Plasma Slug Christy Bencosme duendita Shadow of Loaf Muzik Kidz in Brooklyn Scott Hisley Laurie Markiewicz Josh Rivera Cindy Caroli Rashedul Deepon Jhon Coley Wright MUSIC BY: UPTOWN VINYL SUPREME Refreshments will be provided (The show will be up till August 27th) Organized by: @funkthesoul and @marriajuanita #NYChustle #strictlyny #nycevents #artshow #queens #brooklyn #art #nycsummerevents #bushwickevents #subwaydoodle #subway #doodle #nyc
The NYU Rudin Center’s report “L Train Closure and Mitigation,” was covered in CityLab last week.
“MTA and city leaders had better get a game plan in place, according to the report’s authors. They suggest some obvious steps, such as bolstering subway service on other lines, ramping up the frequency of ferry connections, and adding high-speed bus service over the Williamsburg Bridge during peak hours. Increasing car-share options and creating partnerships with the likes of Uber and Lyft should also be on the table.
And, as the authors point out, the L train closure might also be an opportunity to pursue some outside-the-box transit improvements, like a scooter share system modeled after San Francisco’s and even a high-speed gondola.”
Read the full article here.
AM New York