Media Outlet:Metro NY
February 1, 2011
Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled his budget plan yesterday, calling for a total of $8.9 billion in proposed cuts. Schools, Medicaid and transportation all took a hit.
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Media Outlet:am New York
January 31, 2011
There's more to "B" desired.
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In his executive budget released today, Governor Cuomo has proposed taking $100 million in dedicated transit funds from transit riders.
Media Outlet:New York Daily News
January 20, 2011
Here's how Gov.
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More on the F/G Service Disruptions
Media Outlet:Baltimore Spokes
January 16, 2011
The Brooklyn Downtown Star called me about the upcoming service disruptions on the Culver Line (F&G trains) that will leave many riders at Ft.
Submitted by volunteer on January 25, 2011 - 14:18. categories [ ]
It's Budget Season in Albany
January 7, 2011
With one month until a budget is due (admittedly not the strictest deadline in Albany), Andrew Cuomo and the state legislature have to close a deficit nearing $10 billion.
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Expiration Date: January 1, 2012
In 2010, Governor Paterson took $160 million of dedicated public transit funds to balance the rest of the state's budget -- causing the elimination of 36 bus routes, 570 bus stops and 2 subway lines.
A TRAIN RIDERS SEND MESSAGE TO ALBANY
Transportation Alternatives • NYPIRG Straphangers Campaign • NYC League of Women Voters • TWU-100 • Environmental Defense Fund • Tri-State Transportation Campaign • Pratt Center for Community Development • Drum Major Institute
Today, the day before New York City-area transit fares are set to increase, a coalition of groups called on Governor-elect Andrew Cuomo and the new state legislature to make a New Year's resolution
December 22, 2010
Select Bus Service has been rolling on Manhattan's East Side for about 10 weeks now, and while MTA officials says trips have gotten faster, some riders still haven't gotten over the shock of paying cu
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