Moderated by Nicole Gelinas, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, leaders in New York City transportation--John Horton of Lyft; Carl Galioto, FAIA, of engineering and planning firm HOK; Seth Myers of the NYC Economic Development Corporation; and Jessica Schumer of Friends of the BQX--discussed alternative means of transportation to supplement the subway, including ridesharing, bike share, the Brooklyn Queens Connector streetcar line, and proposed interborough
light rail, and pushed for modernization efforts to rival those of other global cities.
Rapid Transit (I.R.T.) line ran approximately nine miles from City Hall to Grand Central Station, Times Square and 145th Street.
A subway historian called one of them, the Interborough
Rapid Transit Company (IRT), "a goldmine" in its first years (Hood 2004, p.
In June 2013, the New York State Court of Appeals upheld the Hail Accessible Interborough
License Act authorizing the establishment of street hail livery service that allowed New York to sell 2,000 additional medallions for wheelchair-accessible yellow taxicabs in Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Staten Island and northern Manhattan.
The area's first interborough
'speed-matching' initiative of its kind will feature three local authorities - Wolverhampton, Dudley and Sandwell.
The Westside Experiment--housed out of IRT, a grassroots theatre that develops emerging artists (previously known as the Interborough
Repertory Theater, it shortened its name in 2007 when Rushton took over as artisticdirector)--lets students devise theatre in collaboration with IRT 's summer resident company: "IRT really supports downtown theatre artists," enthuses Rushton.
Over a century ago, the Court of Appeals made clear that the meaning of the word "structure," as used in the Labor Law, is not limited to houses or buildings (see Caddy v Interborough
Ta Wee (1966) The only filly or mare to be champion sprinter twice in America (1969-70), Dr Fager's half-sister won the Vosburgh Handicap and carried 10st and 10st 2lb to her second victories in the Fall Highweight and Interborough
The boom was spurred by the development of the Interborough
Rapid Transit subway system that opened in October 1904, bringing a trip downtown to about 30 minutes.
Its first major projectwas the design of the city's first subway line, the IRT (Interborough
Some of it comes from as far away as Finland or Japan, while some of it makes just a short interborough
commute from Brooklyn's Sheepshead Bay to Manhattan's West Side, where Esca is located.
It seemed as if many of those trains were identical to the original subway cars that traversed the line in 1905, one year after the Interborough
Rapid Transit Company commenced its initial run.