Dr. Greer will join TransitCenter to discuss the social impacts of New York City Transit’s current fare policy, and the movement behind making New York City’s transit affordable.
Join us for our second installment in our three-part series, All Transportation is Local, Advocates & Allies.
Nearly 30 years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers continue to be denied access to the city’s subway system every day.
While cities have changed drastically in the last 50 years, their bus networks have not. In response, transit agencies across the country are reimagining their outdated systems and redesigning their bus networks.
Join us for Parking is Powerful, our first event in a three-part series, All Transportation is Local, that delves into the content and recommendations from TransitCenter’s new transportation policy guide for mayors and city leaders.
This hands-on workshop introduces how to use open transit data to make maps.
Across race and gender, feeling unsafe on the road is the biggest reason why people don’t use bicycles for urban travel.
Young Professionals in Transportation-NYC and TransitCenter are excited to host Dr. Phillip Mark Plotch, author of Politics Across the Hudson.
Please join us as we present Mike Rawlinson of City ID (Bristol, UK) and Wendy Feuer of NYC Dept of Transportation, two leaders uniquely qualified to discuss the state of the art in designing information for transit users, thinking about transit as public space and the continuum between public transit and the urban streetscape.