Rudin Center Hosts Three Mobility Revolutions Panel
NYU Wagner Urban Planning Capstone students teamed up with Dash, the New York City connected car platform, to analyze the behavior of hundreds of New York City drivers -- and found a city full of speeders.
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.
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
On this week's Technotopia podcast, NYU Rudin Center Assistant Director Sarah Kaufman discusses the future of cities, cars and governance. Listen here:
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.
Mitchell L. Moss, NYU Rudin Center Director, opens this video from NY Governor Cuomo about improving transportation around the Hunts Point market:
By Joanna Simon Supersonic travel in pods through frictionless tubes may sound like the basis for the next George Lucas creation, but it may be a reality in the near future.