Mayor has vowed to fix what he perceives as inequities in New York City's property-tax system, but says a lawsuit filed against the city and state to change the system is not the right path for reform
"It's funny, they say they want the peer-to-peer model in New York, but it's ironic the number of aspects of their model that are already here in New York," Meera Joshi, the city's taxi commissioner, said today
Attorney general says plaintiffs lack standing
New York looks to an unlikely source for transit solutions
Lyft announced it will launch tonight in New York City and it will do so while abiding by city regulations
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is betting that another hotelier will be interested in turning the TWA terminal into a hotel
If a squatter can take over an apartment in Palm Springs, what's to stop the same thing from happening here?
Authority's next capital plan could face a $12 billion funding gap
"We're not here to service the upper-middle-class Jewish businessman ... that's willing to pay $200 to get anywhere"