To improve urban mobility, New York City needs bigger targets

New York has no shortage of good intentions, but concrete plans to improve the city's transit ecosystem are lacking. By Betti Hunter

New York City’s transportation landscape is ever-evolving, but not necessarily for the better. While a select number of the city’s residents are able to traverse the packed, potholed streets in luxury for-hire cars, the vast majority of New Yorkers must either rely on undependable buses, an ancient subway network, or vie for space on congested streets and sidewalks.

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