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Transportation Nation

Second Avenue subway construction undermines NYC small businesses

by Mark Garrison Jul 26, 2013
New York has waited nearly a hundred years for a second subway line on the east side of Manhattan. But protracted construction is hard on small businesses along the route.
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How much time do you spend traveling to work: Map

by Adriene Hill Mar 12, 2013
Mega-commuters spend hours each day getting to and from work -- are you one of them?
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America's worst cities for traffic

by Katie Long Feb 8, 2013
Americans wasted a total of $121 billion dollars, or an average of $818 each, by sitting in traffic in 2011 according to a new report from the Transportation Institute at Texas A&M. Which cities have it worst?
Transportation Nation

Amtrak asks for subsidies in wake of Hurricane Sandy

by Alex Goldmark Dec 13, 2012
On Capitol Hill today, fiscal conservatives are likely to argue against the hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies that go to Amtrak each year. But Hurricane Sandy showed you need to spend if you want to save.
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Rental cars scarce in NYC for Thanksgiving

by Alex Goldmark Nov 22, 2012
Hurricane Sandy damaged hundreds of thousands of cars, so it's been tough to find a rental in time for holiday travel.
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Sandy's water damage was predictable

by Marketplace Contributor Nov 1, 2012
Experts say damage to New York's subway from rising sea levels should not have come as a surprise and other cities could experience similar devastation from Sandy-like storms and hurricanes.
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U.S. global air travel doubles since 1990

by Jeff Horwich Oct 25, 2012
International air travel to and from the U.S. has more than doubled in the last 20 years to 152 million trips in 2011 according to a new report from the Bookings Institution.

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Amtrak high-speed rail to compete with airlines

by Adam Allington Oct 19, 2012
Amtrak is hoping to lure travelers away from other means of transport, like airlines, with new high-speed rail service.
Amtrak is hoping to lure travelers away from other means of transport, like airlines, with new high-speed rail service.
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Transportation Nation

Barclays Center in Brooklyn encourages train riders

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 28, 2012
The new Barclays Center Arena in Brooklyn can accommodate 18,000 people, but it offers just a few hundred parking spots.
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Transit ridership rises in second quarter

by Jeff Horwich Sep 18, 2012
If you commute to work this morning, how are you getting there? The American Public Transportation Association says lots more of us are taking the bus or the train, according to its latest transit ridership report.