Have you ever thought about how people in wheelchairs navigate the subway system? Today I sit down with Chris Pangalinan, Program Director at TransitCenter a transportation think tank based in New York City. We discuss the trials and tribulations about riding the subway in a wheelchair. We also talk about the state of accessibility in New York City how local government can improve on on making New York more accessible for all. For more information on accessibility and the New York subway...
Wonder why Penn station is so crowded and overrun with people? Jim Venturi and I discuss how to improve the disjointed nature of Penn Station and his plan the "Regional Urban Network". Read more about Jim and his firm's work at: http://www.rethinkstudio.org/
My guest for episode 3 is Alex Matthiessen, campaign director of Move NY, a transportation plan to tackle the increasing traffic congestion in New York City. Alex and I discuss what is congestion pricing, how the Move NY plan could benefit a variety of New Yorkers, and what it takes legislatively to get a plan like this passed in New York State. more info at http://iheartmoveny.org/
Interview with Ron Janoff, the coordinator of the Rockwell Place Community Garden in Downtown Brooklyn. Ron and I discuss the history of the area near the garden as well as the multitude of topics about community gardening in New York City.