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Why Cuomo's $4 billion plan to overhaul LaGuardia doesn't impress New Yorkers

A few weeks back, a group of New York City transit advocates took New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for a ride on the subway. Not the actual governor, mind you. He’s more likely to have his flesh-and-blood presence transported by an SUV...Show More Summary

Making LaGuardia Suck Less Will Probably Make The 7 Train Suck More

Earlier this week, Governor Cuomo and Vice President Biden announced a $4 billion plan to transform LaGuardia from a pile of crumbling drywall to a state-of-the-art airport—that plan includes Cuomo's earlier proposal for a $450 million AirTrain connection at Willet's Point. Show More Summary

NYC's LaGuardia Airport to receive $4 billion redesign

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

New York City's much-maligned LaGuardia Airport is to receive a significant redesign, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has revealed. The redesign will totally change the airport's existing layout in favor of a new unified terminal, atShow More Summary

Curbed NY: JFK's Iconic Terminal to Become the TWA Flight Center Hotel

Photo by Max Touhey It's a good day for New York City's airports. Not only did Governor Cuomo outline a massive makeover for LaGuardia Airport, but he also revealed the future of JFK Airport's iconic TWA Flight Center, the...

La Guardia Airport to Be Torn Down and Rebuilt (Assuming It Doesn’t Collapse First)

The New York area's most convenient, least charming airport just got one step closer to its long-awaited overhaul. In a Monday press conference, Governor Cuomo unveiled the details of the $4 billion plan to tear down and rebuild La Guardia Airport, which he described as "un-New York" in that it... More »

Feds seek meeting with Christie, Cuomo over stalled Hudson River rail tunnel plans

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx called for an urgent meeting with the governors of New York and New Jersey to revive work on Amtrak’s stalled Gateway tunnel project under the Hudson... To view the full story, click the title link.

Cuomo Reveals New LaGuardia Airport Master Plan

After a seemingly never ending dance of "will they, won't they," New York Governor Cuomo on Monday finally revealed a unified master plan for a new LaGuardia Airport. The new LaGuardia is a total rebuild, involving not only the Central a Terminal Building as previously planned, but also includes the [...]

LaGuardia, 'America's Worst Airport', Is Finally Getting A Makeover

6 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

La Guardia Airport (LGA), one of three major aviation facilities serving New York City, is getting a much-needed overhaul. Governor Andrew Cuomo, alongside Vice President Joe Biden, announced today a massive plan to completely redesign the airport. For anyone who has suffered, I mean traveled through LaGuardia, this is great news. Read more...

A new $4 billion LaGuardia Airport is coming

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday that a massive $4 billion overhaul of LaGuardia Airport is set to kick off next year. "New York had an aggressive, can-do approach to big infrastructure in the past – and today, we’re moving forward with that attitude once again,"Gov. Show More Summary

Fast Food Franchise Owners May Sue State of New York

They are upset over wage hikes for fast food workers. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo recently raised the minimum wage of fast food workers to $15 per hour, and franchise owners are not exactly happy. Many of them are considering suing the state over the decision. Show More Summary

Are Manicurists' Conditions in NYC Really That Bad? One Writer Is Questioning

Back in May when The New York Times ran their exposé on the New York City nail salon industry, we were all taken aback by how bleak and unfair a picture it painted; Governor Andrew Cuomo was so appalled that he set up a task force to look into the allegations of below-living wages and abuse within the industry. Show More Summary

Governor Andy's Thumbs Are Up for Working People (And Also Down)

Governor Cuomo has a new TV commercial, praising himself for supporting the $15 minimum wage. Make no mistake, this is a good thing. But it's not an accurate thing. In fact, NYC workers will not have that wage until the end of 2018,Show More Summary

The Worst Advice Ever

As NY State scrambles to follow the mandates of charter-owned Governor Andrew Cuomo and his Heavy-Hearted Assembly, everyone wonders how the hell NYC will deal with the specter of receivership. The geniuses who crafted this bill decided...Show More Summary

Fast-Food Workers Celebrate Minimum-Wage Victory As Franchisees Fight Back

Fast-food workers at a protest on April 15. As expected, New York Governor Cuomo's wage board officially recommended a proposed minimum-wage increase for fast-food workers, which will nearly double their hourly pay in a series of increases over the next six years. Show More Summary

How New York's Proposed Wage Hike Could Strike a Neighborhood Near You

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that the minimum wage for fast food workers will increase to $15 an hour. Local restaurants say the move will drive them out of business.

New York City halts its plan to slow down Uber

After battling with Uber, celebrities and New York Governor Cuomo, the De Blasio administration has shelved plans to cap Uber growth in New York City. For now. Continue reading New York City halts its plan to slow down Uber New York City halts its plan to slow down Uber originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 23 Jul 2015 08:00:00 EST. Show More Summary

Tech Company Develops Robots to Replace $15 /Hr Workers – Can Produce 1 Burger Every 10 Seconds

On Wednesday Governor Cuomo’s New York Wage Board set a new minimum wage for New York City’s 200,000 fast food... The post Tech Company Develops Robots to Replace $15 /Hr Workers – Can Produce 1 Burger Every 10 Seconds appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

NY Fast Food Workers Will Get A Minimum Wage Increase, But Gradually

Governor Cuomo's Fast Food Wage Board has voted unanimously in favor of raising the minimum wage for fast food workers to $15, in phases: By December 31, 2018 in New York City, and by July 1, 2021 in the rest of New York State. [ more › ]

It Looks Like Fast-Food Workers in New York City Could Get a Big Raise in 2018

A New York wage board tasked with studying the fast-food industry unanimously voted to recommend raising the minimum wage to $15 on Wednesday. Governor Andrew Cuomo has said that his labor commissioner would give a thumbs-up to the panel's decision, although minor changes could happen. Cuomo appointed the board to... More »

New York Wage Board Officially Recommends $15 an Hour Pay Rate for Fast-Food Workers

As anticipated, Governor Cuomo's wage board convened this afternoon in lower Manhattan and officially recommended that wages for fast-food workers be raised to $15 an hour. The move was expected, but it's nevertheless a big victory for advocates of pay raises for fast-food workers around the state. Show More Summary

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