Event Recap: Better Buses: Advancing Social Equity for New Yorkers: How Can Improved Bus Service Transform Economic Opportunity
The “Better Buses” event hosted by the NYU Rudin Center for Transportation on December 9 focusedon the upcoming bus network redesigns led by the MTA and New York City Department of Transportation (DOT), as well as the necessary social equity pol
New NYU Rudin Center Report Featured in The Verge
City Council Hearing on Motorized Modes
The New York City Council Transportation is discussing a bill that would permit the operation of throttle electric bikes and scooters in New York City.
Andy Byford, NYCT President, presents a New Vision for New York City Transit at NYU
The NYU Rudin Center for Transportation and Regional Plan Association co-hosted the first public forum on the New York City Transit Authority's Fast Forward: The Plan to Modernize New York City Transit i
E-bike Controversy in NYC
By Jenee Malloy
Sarah Kaufman on transportation resilience and climate change
Sarah Kaufman, NYU Rudin Center Assistant Director, spoke about transportation resilience and climate change at the annual summit of the Municipal Art Society of New York. The event took place at the Morgan Library on October 16, 2017.
How the F Train Breakdown Hit Social Media
Subway riders are often frustrated by the lack of notifications about long and unexpected delays, despite the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s efforts at using social media. The need for rider information was highlighted on June 5
Sarah Kaufman talks about the shape of cities to come
On this week's Technotopia podcast, NYU Rudin Center Assistant Director Sarah Kaufman discusses the future of cities, cars and governance. Listen here:
Second Avenue Subway Study Featured on NY1
Upper East Side Taxis and the Second Avenue Subway
Since the opening of the Second Avenue Subway’s three new stations on January 1, 2017, taxi pickups and dropoffs in the immediate vicinity have declined, according to a new report by NYU’s Rudin Center for Transportation.