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Final Report - Freight Conference

While population increases, so do the demand for products and the freight traffic to deliver them. The increase in truck traffic creates many negative effects including increased traffic congestion, illegal parking and resting, incessant idling, and greenhouse gas and local pollutants emissions. Recently, many initiatives have been promoted to address this problem. The event presented cross-disciplinary perspectives on urban logistics using electric vehicles (EV) and other vehicles as a sustainable mobility transportation solution.

NYC 2013 Mayoral Election - Final Report

General Election Day, Tuesday, November 5th, 2013, is almost upon us, when voters around New York City (NYC) will take to the polls to select their next Mayor. The candidates on the ballot will include: Bill de Blasio (Democratic Party nominee & NYC Public Advocate); Adolfo Carrion (Independence Party nominee & former Bronx Borough President); Jack Hidary (Independent & entrepreneur); and Joe Lhota (Republic Party nominee & past Metropolitan Transportation Authority - MTA Chair).

NYC Mayoral Transportation - White Paper

Primary day, Tuesday, September 10, 2013, is almost upon us, when voters around New York City (NYC) will take to the polls for the Republican and Democratic parties to select their nominees for Mayor. The University Transportation Research Center (UTRC), for Region 2 (NY, NJ & Puerto Rico), held a NYC Mayoral Candidates’ Transportation Forum at Baruch College on June 19th, moderated by Distinguished Lecturer and former NYC Taxi & Limousine Commissioner Matthew W. Daus, Esq.

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