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Security Cameras Have Mixed Results in Making Things Safer at Public Housing Developments

As Mayor Bill de Blasio looks to increase security at public housing developments where crime is on the rise, one of the chief weapons in his arsenal is security cameras, but do they work? NY1's Courtney Gross looked at housing projects which have already received cameras and found that their record is mixed when it comes to making things safer.

07/10/2014 08:30 PM

MTA Expands Pilot to Remove Trash Cans From J, M, Z Line Platforms

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority's fight against trash and rodents has expanded again by giving riders on three lines fewer options on where to unload what's not wanted. Many riders aren't sold on platforms without trash cans, however.

Updated 07/09/2014 08:02 PM

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NY1 Online: Transit Reporters Discuss Ongoing MTA, LIRR Worker Negotiations

Four top transit reporters - Dana Rubinstein from Capital New York; WNYC Radio's Kate Hinds; Pete Donohue of the Daily News; and NY1 transit reporter Jose Martinez - joined Inside City Hall to discuss the ongoing negotiations between the MTA and Long Island Rail Road workers to prevent a looming strike.

07/10/2014 10:59 PM

NY1 Online: Officials Share Plans for Protecting NYers from Future Storms

With thousands of city residents still waiting for help almost two years after Hurricane Sandy, Inside City Hall asked three top de Blasio officials - Amy Peterson, director of the city's Housing Recovery Office; Daniel Zarrilli, director of the Office of Recovery and Resiliency; and Bill Goldstein, senior adviser to the mayor for recovery, resiliency and infrastructure - about the pace of help and what they plan for protecting New Yorkers in the future.

07/10/2014 10:39 PM

 

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'Lyft' Ride Share Launching Without TLC Approval

Despite TLC regulations, San Francisco based Lyft says it will be launching its signature pink-mustachioed cars in Brooklyn and Queens starting Friday allowing them to pick up riders who use the app to signal them. Updated 07/09/2014 01:26 PM

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