'Thank God it was not worse'
Bio: Dana Rubinstein is a senior reporter for POLITICO New York. She has written for Bloomberg Businessweek, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the New York Observer, and the Brooklyn Paper.
Uber agreed six months earlier to conform with the state's price gouging laws
A Brooklyn Supreme Court judge rejected the de Blasio administration's efforts to quash a lawsuit challenging the program
It has hired at least three new lobbyists in its effort to convince New York lawmakers taxi apps are undeniable
'We're a perfect match!' states a letter to Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz signed by more than 60 Brooklyn businesspeople
In the mid-1980s, the city's contribution to M.T.A.'s capital plan averaged $136 million a year. Today, it averages $100 million a year.
'If you’re gonna build transit, you have to have more criteria than just avoiding public opposition and I think that’s why this route was chosen'
'With the bid for the DNC, the group is not confident the City has fully taken into account the needs of neighborhood businesses'
New York City's taxi regulator is considering loosening requirements that now require yellow cab owners to replace their vehicles every three years.
Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration will direct $750 million to the M.T.A.'s capital plan, he announced Tuesday
Proposes AirTrain to connect with 7 subway line and LIRR at Willets Point