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"rudin center" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"rudin center" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Over one hundred and twenty thousand licensed medical over two hundred thousand licensed drivers. So if you compare that to the number of tax, which is limited, there's only about thirteen thousand yellow taxis, that number is cats, but the number of four hire vehicles, which is what burn lift operate under is no multiple times. More than that over one hundred twenty thousand vehicles. Why were they allowed to roll out at such high numbers? I think what happened in New York City has happened across the nation. There's been a real excitement over new product and a rush to so passengers to enjoy the convenience of using enough. And then later on the communities are realizing what a strain, it's putting on for drivers whose pay is declining and for congestion, because it's adding so many more cars to the streets. The promise was that it would reduce car ownership in what had happened in shack. Is that added more cars, the most dense areas in most city, San go in L A are experiencing the same type of thing, right? And I mean even the name ridesharing I don't see too many people sharing the right now. There's not much sharing the driver, you know, gets a cut of the fare, he's not sharing his car with anybody, and that in itself is caused some problems because drivers across the country are complaining that their pay so. Low beds, very difficult for them to even earn a living up. So it's not traditional car-sharing, which is you're going my way. I'll jump in the car and because the I'm not beating from a path, I would have normally taken all adjective, my ride. This is people that earn a living. It's professional drivers that sink. A lot of money into buying and leasing cars in order to provide this service passengers and the term professional driver. Sometimes that's questionable. I mean, we in San Francisco, we see a lot of people coming in who haven't driven before, and, and live, rather far from here, and you don't know what they're doing in the city. And so the traffic is even worse. So then you raise a good point. What is work, so, you know, they're, they're logging on this app, and they're spending a lot of time committing to get to where the dense areas are. And so that's a tremendous amount of time that invested into providing the service of which they're compensated for only the time that they have a passenger, but also you bring up. Another point is New York City has enabled to standardize license requirements. You have to make fingerprinted, you have to take school class. You have to pass the test, and you have your, your damn record constantly monitored as well as a criminal record, and many states have not been able to get those kinds of standards in place, but basics and they'll Yaracuy with the location area is something that all drivers should have. It's a mix not really asking a lot because they are providing an important service transporting people it's what we expected our bus drivers are subway drivers are airplane pilots. Anybody who transports where we have a certain level of responsibility. We attribute to them and the same for the drivers in the in the new version the list in its mirror Joshi, visiting scholar, NYU's Rudin center for transportation policy and a former chair and CEO of the New York City taxi and limousine commission. KCBS news time at twelve thirty seven we're going to have another look at traffic for you in just a minute. With the capital on saver card. You earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. Then cook dinner that new French place. Yup. Four percent cashback there. How about bowling with my friends? Yeah. What percent cashback on that, too..

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"rudin center" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"rudin center" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Companies have long been criticized for adding to the bay area housing crisis KCBS is Mike HOGAN reports one of the region's largest employers is stepping up. Clearly the have housing. It is being constructed but Google has now announced plans to invest a billion dollars to build twenty thousand housing units of the bay area. Mostly in San Jose. San Francisco, Mountain View and Sunnyvale that caught Betty housing advocates by surprise to see Google acknowledging that yes. In fact, they have played a role in rising rents. Displacement is a big announcement, Jeffrey Buchanan, with working partnerships, USA labor back community organizing group in San Jose said, almost eighteen thousand housing units will be needed just for Google plan, mega campus near Darren on station. We did a report recently that said in San Jose. If Google to build any housing. It will raise rents and Santa Clara county by two hundred thirty five million dollars a year. Newsome tweeted that he hoped Google's action will inspire other companies to also step up to make housing more, forcible. Michael KCBS rideshare. Companies such as Oubre and lift were designed to ease traffic congestion by putting passengers together and getting more cars off the roads. But an argument can be made that the reverse has happened New York City is leading the way in regulating, ride service companies. It's extended a ban on new driver registrations marriage Oshii is a visiting scholar at NYU Rudin center for transportation policy. Doing is moving data that we've collected over the last side near about how often cards are in the central business that's the driver, but no passenger. And it turns out that's an awful lot. And that puts a big stress on congestion and adds a lot to declining traffic speed in New York City. There are approximately one hundred twenty thousand licensed rideshare vehicles only thirteen thousand yellow cabs. San Francisco supervisors want to put the brakes on the elimination of parking attendants from city owned garages KCBS, Doug, sovereign says they're considering a ban on additional layoffs. The SF MTA is modernizing its garages to the tune of thirty two million dollars. The while the more robotic party facilities are seeing a drop in crime, all that automation, also means less need for people to run them. Which doesn't sit well with supervisor osteopathi- we want them to be clean. We want them to be safe. We want them to be well, lit and completely off. Automating a structure like that doesn't always necessarily provide that level of service garage staffing has fallen from two hundred thirty three people to one hundred ninety five sapphire and fellow supervisor Aaron Peskine are asking the MTA to consider a moratorium on tendon layoffs. Even though the agency insists those thirty eight no longer needed parking staffers, who are employees of contractors have been shifted to other jobs, SAFA wants the garages to retain their human touch. I think for women, I think for disabled, I think for seniors, I think, for overall shoppers, you need to have a body on site. You need to have people present and able to answer questions and trouble shoot. And when you completely automate something, you lose all that Doug, sovereign KCBS, two brothers who live in. Vietnam will be allowed to travel to the bay area after all they will donate bone marrow to their brother who has blood cancer. They have been denied entry after federal officials said there wasn't enough proof that they would leave after the donation, the brothers are a one. One hundred percent match. The donation will be done at Stanford. KCBS news time eleven twenty five. Lots of hope on Wall Street that Santa stock average is up one to more than one third percent. The Dow rose three hundred fifty three the NASDAQ one hundred ninety s and p twenty eight to twenty nine seventeen investors let their trade hopes run with President Trump's tweets that he would be meeting with China's president at the g twenty summit later this month. But they also have hopes pinned on Federal Reserve policymakers meeting this week that they'll signal an interest rate cut is on the way investors. Shrugged off the Bloomberg report that said the White House had looked into devoting fed chair, Jay Powell last winter.

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"rudin center" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"rudin center" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Napa, and fifty eight degrees on the bark Darrow in San Francisco. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on KCBS congratulations to the case CBS afternoon news team. We want to give you the very latest information. On this fire winner of a prestigious national Edward r Murrow award for best newscasts several hundred structures that have been destroyed in that fire, and they could be upward of thousand structures. Proud to be the bay area's most decorated news station KCBS is ten twenty Google likes to do things in a big way, in KCBS, as my Cole says that applies to solutions to the bay area's housing crunch. The search giant, one of the bay area's largest employers is announcing that it plans to invest a billion dollars to build twenty thousand homes in the bay area. Jeffrey Buchanan is with working for the ship's USA a labor back community organizing group in San Jose. It's a big step. This is among the first time we've seen a giant tech company like Google acknowledged that they have a responsibility, and that they've played a role in the bay area's enormous housing crisis at a tweet governor sim city hopes. Google's action inspires other companies to do the same Buchanan echo. Those same sentiments. This is really a kind of norm setting moment will others in the technology industry. Follow that's, that's really the big question. And it's, it's an important moment that Google's taking this step. Why Colgan KCBS rideshare, companies, such as Uber and lift who were designed to ease traffic congestion by putting passengers together and getting more cars off the road and argument can be made? However, that the reverse has happened Hoover, and lift vehicles, or clogging, our streets. Breaking traffic laws blocking traffic lane slowing the flow during commute. Hours New York City is leading the way in regulating rights service, companies it has extended a ban on new driver registrations marriage. Oh, she is a visiting scholar at NYU's Rudin center for transportation policy. She's also a former chair, and CEO of the NYC taxi and limo commission.

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"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We'll have Omni screens writers, who have a credit card with a wifi symbol on it or a digital wallet on their phone or watch will be able to tap, it on the reader, and pay for a single ride. No need to sign up for anything. Just show up and tap. Liden says the MTA is rolling it out slowly. So it can check for any hiccups, whether it's the miles of new fiber optic wire connecting the stations or the new readers themselves. We wanna make sure that we have all of that completely under control before launching this on the entire system. That's the lesson the MTA learned from Chicago, which had a rocky rollout of its tap and pay paycard in twenty thirteen. There is a system wide outage during rush hour and customer service was so over well-named users couldn't get anyone on the phone local comedians, even wrote a song about it. Number. Company behind that rollout is the same one that the MTA contracted to do on me. It's called cubic it created our current metro card, and it runs fare payment systems in Boston, and London as well while the MTA is confident there be any Chicago style problems here. Not everyone is so sure the MTA can handle it not based on my experience. Ta there anything that's been a crowning success standing in front of an Omni reader at Atlantic terminal. Amy Schaeffer says she hopes it works out into technology in the Senate making a little easier and faster as long as it's fate than identity protected and all that. It's a concern, a lot of writers have earlier this year, Christy did more the director of strategy for cubic addressed it at a UK trade fair when asked by the moderator how cubic protects users data. She said, so anyone that owns the cell phone is sending your personal information. Your data your movements your shopping everything too. Someone already anyway. The reality is that ship this sales in the US cubic end EMT a didn't reply to questions about how it plans to protect data. It was just fifteen years ago that we saw last subway token, and now New York City is on the precipice of one of the biggest makeovers to its public space refreshing to have something new Mitchell. Moss director of the NYU Rudin center for transportation is looking forward to the change having something modern in this century old technology called the subway is going to be people can like it. Enjoy words. Like enjoy aren't what most people associate with the subway but changes coming. And maybe that will to Stephen Nessin WNYC news. WNYC is supported by fiddler on the roof directed by Joel grey..

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"rudin center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on KCRW

"After Atlantic. We have an earlier stalled vehicle moved out lanes, and you're still backed up from Downey road and in Silverlake now northbound one zero one before Vermont, we have a crash that's taking up the two right lanes. And you are backed up from Silverlake boulevard and Holly onward we go with the news a Tuesday edition right here on KCRW. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. There were some subway problems in New York City today by some I mean, quite a few and by today, I mean, all the time what to do about mass transit problems in the most economically important city in this country. Though is what's news the governor of New York Andrew Cuomo, and the mayor of New York City, Bill the Blasio who are none too. Fond of each other, by the way, have found common political ground on something called congestion pricing. Want to charge drivers yet to be determined fee when traveling through Manhattan's central business district, the southern end of the island, basically below sixty first street or so the money, and here's why we mentioned it is going to go to fixing New York's beleaguered subway system, then the whole idea of congestion pricing could be a revenue model for other cities as well. Marketplace's Tracey Samuelson has that one can actually been kicking around the idea of congestion pricing for years. Traditionally it's a tax to change behavior to push people to drive off peak hours when the fees lower and roads are less busy or maybe forgo the drive altogether shift people to other modes bikes scooters transit's buses etcetera. Alex buyin heads the institute of transportation. Studies at UC Berkeley, not only maybe Bush people to other millers, but it will also make sure that while they're on the road, motorized vehicle, essentially, they will be spread more efficiently any arc. This is also about generating revenue for the city's transportation authority and its ailing. Subway system taxi knows vehicles to improve the transit system to give people alternatives to driving is a good thing. Stevens like man is a transportation consultant in Chicago, he warns getting buy in from residents is important as is figuring out the right pricing scheme New York's plan still has to be approved by state lawmakers. If it moves forward other cities will be watching says Mitchell moss director of the NYU Rudin center for transportation Justice, New York, led the way with banning smoking going to say is this a revenue system, which we can use to finance our own infrastructure cities, like Los Angeles and Chicago are already looking into congestion pricing programs of their on. I'm Tracey Samuelson for marketplace. There is a corporate story of note today. Home Depot reported disappointing fourth-quarter sales this morning said CEO Greg near about the last.

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"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A UC for his child we need cards. He came into the calls on the back foot vehicles last hours they nearby. Josh Bates says it's twenty seven year old daughter -til Gunter has been missing since the fire. We file missing person. But we have heard anything so. We're going over to the sheriff's department after we search the shelters to see betas hoping she'll turn up at a friend's place or one of the shelters, but like many here he's anxious for answers. Eric westervelt NPR news, Chico. Congress is back in Washington for the first time since last week's midterm election as NPR's Scott detro- reports lawmakers have to figure out a government funding Bill while also selecting their new leaders Democrats, take control of the house in January. But for now Republican still set, the house agenda and GOP leaders will have to navigate a government funding deadline that the White House may use to once again, try to secure money for a border wall. Among other things at the same time. Republicans and Democrats are sorting out who will lead their parties next year with GOP leadership elections set for later this week Kevin McCarthy appears on track to be the next house minority leader on the democratic side minority leader Nancy Pelosi is confident she'll be the next speaker. But she's. Fighting off an attempt by a small group of dissatisfied Democrats to deny her the votes, she would need to win the January floor vote. Scott detro- NPR news, Washington. Amazon has announced it will split its second headquarters between New York City and northern Virginia. NPR's Alina Seljuk reports the online retail giant says it will open facilities and Long Island city and Arlington. But company says the two locations give them more access to top Thailand. That's the explanation that they've come up with this is a bit anticlimactic since as you're describing the process lasted over a year. It had this Olympic style bidding all these communities across the US and Canada came through. But you know, this place is Amazon in the heart of both the financial and the political capitals of this country. NPR's only to sell you speaking to NPR's morning edition on Wall Street, the Dow was up ninety nine points, the NASDAQ up seventy nine this is NPR news. In washington. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I opening statements in the trial of the alleged Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo have been delayed because of a problem seating. A full jury one of the jurors selected for the Brooklyn trial of Joaquin. Guzman was excused shortly before the trial was set to open today. The reason was unclear the lawyers and judges were working to select a replacement from a pool of potential jurors who had previously been considered for the trial. But had not made did not make the final cut. A new report suggests that it costs women more to get around New York City than men because of harassment on public transportation. A survey conducted by the NY NYU Rudin center for transportation found that some women spent as much as fifty dollars a month to take taxis or for hire vehicles to get around at night because they feel uncomfortable on buses and subways report author Sarah Kaufman says the MTA could help by making bus routes more flexible at night. Women who can't make the choice to take a taxi or for hire vehicle because of cost or any other reason are really in a bind because they're in a place that they feel is unsafe. But they don't really have a choice about seventy five percent of women who responded to the survey say they have been harassed on. Public transit mayor de Blasios defending the office of public advocate after New York. City officials say they want to introduce a Bill to eliminate the position speaking on New York one last night. The mayor said the work is essential to the city. I had that job. And I think it was an important opportunity to have checks and balances and public advocates have done that with whoever's mayor, whether it's the same party or different party council. Member Ritchie Torres is co-sponsoring the Bill along with four other members forty five degrees right now in New York City. This is WNYC support for NPR comes from log Mehan makers of Goto meeting a collaboration meeting platform allowing people to connect around. The globe to get work done. Learn more at GoToMeeting dot com..

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"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To two summits in Asia, he discussed the collaboration the US has with South Korea to keep North Korea. In check our joint actions together with South Korea and the wider world have brought North Korea to the negotiating table and opened the promise of peace on the Korean peninsula. But newly disclosed commercial satellite images have revealed a previously unknown North Korean missile base. It includes deep underground tunnels intended to store the weapons it's likely the facility could hold shorter range missiles that could strike South Korea in the event of war. This is NPR. And this is WNYC in New York. Four minutes after seven o'clock. Good morning. I'm David I heavy rain this morning. A partial clearing this afternoon. It's a forty eight degrees right now in central park. Some New Jersey transit trains or cancelled this morning on the northeast corridor and Morris and Essex lines, so expect delays. And New Jersey transit says Montclair Bhuttan line service is experiencing forty five minute delays due to a trespasser fatality near Watchung avenue. New Jersey transit buses are accepting rail tasks rail tickets and passes and with all of the heavy rain this morning, be careful on area roads and a heads up west one hundred twelve th street is closed on the eastbound side between Manhattan avenue and Frederick Douglass boulevard in Manhattan, due to a water main break mayor Bill de Blasios ramping up pressure on city council speaker Cory Johnson to pass legislation that would allow him to raise money to cover extensive legal bills. The mayor owes hundreds of. Thousands of dollars to a private law firm that represented him in several federal investigations into his fundraising practices. He wants the city council to change a rule that caps donations to legal defense funds at fifty dollars per donor. Politico reporter Rosa, golden stone says that would let the mayor avoid using taxpayer money for his legal bills. But raises new questions on the other hand, it opens up even more concerns about the exact thing, that's one thing. And that's it for this question of do donors favorable treatment is their pay to play federal investigators never brought charges against de Blasio. A new report suggests that it costs women more to get around New York City than men because of harassment on public transportation. A survey conducted by the NYU Rudin center for transportation found that some women spend as much as fifty dollars a month to take taxis or for hire vehicles to get around at night because they feel uncomfortable on buses and subways report. Author. Sandra Kaufman says the MTA could help by making bus routes more flexible at night women who can't make the choice to take a taxi or if we're higher vehicle because of cost or any other reason are really in a bind because they're in a police that they feel is unsafe. But they don't really have a choice about seventy five percent of women who responded to the survey say they have been harassed on. Public transit.

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"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Right now for a firefighters and this incident as life I'll property protection, and then lying containment right now, we are twenty percent containment is fire despite gusty Santa Anna winds today, there were no big flare ups at least three hundred seventy structures have been destroyed and the numbers expected to increase wants damage assessments are complete. Meanwhile, at least twenty nine people have died in a campfire in northern California matching the deadliest fire in state history. It all that level the town of paradise just north of Sacramento stocks finished lower on Wall Street as the tech sector was hit by big losses today. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd Brooklyn borough. President Eric Adams is stepping up pressure on NYPD to investigate an alleged hate crime against a black woman in Brooklyn on Friday WNYC's. Jessica Gould reports the fifty seven year old woman was standing on the platform at the church avenue, east eighteenth street station when a man walked up to her punched her and stabbed her according to Adams, the suspect a white man in his thirties used a derogatory term for black women than he got on a train and fled the scene. The victim has been hospitalized and police say they're investigating the attack as a hate crime. Adam says the MTA should also circulate images of the suspect to move the investigation forward, according to police statistics there have been three hundred eight hate crime. So far this year. A new study suggests a roadmap for reducing incarceration rates WNYC's. Beth Fertig reports it has to do with how defendants are represented researchers from the RAND Corporation studied the Bronx defenders so called holistic model which provides social workers to clients and helps them access drug treatment and other services. They compared outcomes to the legal aid societies more traditional practice looking at a decade's worth of data. They found clients served by the Bronx defenders were about sixteen percent less likely to get sentenced to jail and their sentences were twenty four percent shorter. The researchers said lawyers who help clients address their problems are able to persuade prosecutors and judges to select alternatives to incarceration, the legal aid society noted that much of the data came from a time when it's caseloads were larger than they are today. And a new report suggests it costs women more to get around New York City than men because of harassment on public transportation and online survey by the NYU Rudin center for transportation found that some women spend as much as. Fifty dollars per month to take taxis or for hire vehicles to get around at night because they feel uncomfortable on buses and subways report author Sarah Kaufman says the MTA could help by making bus routes more flexible at night women who can't make the choice to take a taxi or if we're higher vehicle because of cost or any other reason are really in a bind because they're in a place that they feel is unsafe. But they don't really have a choice. Seventy five percent of women said they'd been harassed on public transit. It's forty six.

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"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Media. We'll meet the cleaners after news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer in California, hundreds of homes have been lost. But thousands of structures have been saved. Far officials emphasizing those numbers as they update progress against the Wolseley fire in southern California. Which is now twenty percent contained Los Angeles fire chief Daryl Cosby spoke today about the massive efforts underway by cruise to save lives and property though. He says the Windsor a problem we're still in a red flag weather right now as mentioned earlier, we're expecting up to forty miles per hour. Winds through Tuesday least two people have done in the Wolsey fired in the north and other fires claimed at least twenty nine lives. Ficials say what's been dubbed, the campfire largely destroyed the town of paradise California. That fire is only twenty five percent contained automatic recounts are underway in three statewide races. In Florida with at least one major county saying it might not be able to meet the deadline on Thursday shedding from. Member station. W USF has more all sixty seven Florida counties have until Thursday afternoon to recount ballots in the race for governor US Senate and state agriculture Commissioner all three misunder go and mechanical recount because the margin of victory in each race is less than one half of one percent Palm Beach county election. Supervisor Susan Booker says her machines can only tabulate one race at a time. She says her staff is working around the clock. But it's doubtful recounts for all three statewide contests will be completed Florida law says if a county fails to turn in its recount totals by the deadline. The results already on file will be used for NPR news. I'm Mary Sheldon in Tampa. President Trump who returned late yesterday from ceremonies in France marking the one hundred diversity of the end of World War. One says much was accomplished at his meetings. Trump also took some US allies to task over defense spending, noting how the US pays billions protecting other countries. And we get nothing but Trade Desk. Visits and losses. French president Emmanuel Macron rebukes I'm of Trump's recent calls for nationalism calling that philosophy of betrayal of patriotism stock. Prices fell sharply today led by a drop in technology. Shares NPR's Jim zarroli reports. Among the big losers was apple which was down four point one percent. After a report that it was cutting back on orders for iphone parts that helped bring technology stocks down across the board. Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs which has been embroiled in a corruption scandal in Malaysia had its worst day in seven years and other banks and financial companies also fell stocks have been especially turbulent in recent weeks losing a lot of ground in October only to regain at this month. Investors are said to be concerned about a slowdown in global growth that's partly because of budget problems in Italy, and because of continued uncertainty over Britain's plan to leave the European Union. Jim zarroli, NPR news, New York. The Dow was down six hundred and two points. The NASDAQ fell to. Two hundred six points today. This is NPR and you're listening to WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd the trial for Joaquin El Chapo Guzman begins tomorrow, the Mexican drug Lord has pleaded not guilty to charges that he oversaw a multi billion dollar international, drug trafficking operation responsible for murders and kidnappings who was extradited to the US back in January twenty seventeen to face criminal charges related to his alleged leadership of the Senator Lowell cartel and has been in solitary confinement ever since he is also known for twice escaping jail in Mexico security measures at the Brooklyn courthouse will include patrols by heavily armed federal agents. A new report suggests it cost women more to get around New York City than men because of harassment on public transportation. An online survey by the NYU Rudin center for transportation found that some women spend as much as fifty dollars per month. To take taxis or for hire vehicles to get around at night because they feel uncomfortable on buses and subways report author Sarah Kaufman says the MTA could help by making bus routes more flexible at night women who can't make the choice to take a taxi or if we're higher vehicle because of cost or any other reason are really in a bind because they're in a place that they feel is unsafe. But they don't really have a choice about seventy five percent of women who responded to the survey say they have been harassed on public transportation and comic book fans in New York City are remembering an iconic writer Stanley who passed away today twenty year old writer, Elizabeth rezendes stopped by forbidden planet comic book shop in union square after she heard the news. She says she and her older brother bonded over their shared love of superheroes. Especially the ones Lee helped create it was very much.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of how beautiful we got up and walked away started yelling at three and four say they have had unwanted touching her. Verbal abuse said things that were completely inappropriate for my age. Which at the time was like thirteen fourteen. Not surprising. What might be is that NYU has figured out it cost women more money to get around New York because of it. It's part of what's called a pink tax the pink taxes that term used to describe the amount that women are charged. In addition services. That are the themes are Kaufman is with the Rudin center at NYU travelling at night. They will take a taxi or vehicle in order to have a safer option study found that a cost women about twenty five to fifty dollars more months to get around because of that pink tax in Brooklyn. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty eleven. Oh, six today marks the observe. Silence of Veterans Day yesterday. A big crowd gathered in Monmouth county to honor a World War, Two hero, retired Major General Harry Rockefeller, led a quiet unassuming life. You never boasted or brand. Wall township police officer Mike Malone met him on a call five years ago. They became friends officer Malone learned Rockefeller was a decorated World War Two veteran who served under Patton Rockefeller died last year at the age of one hundred wall PBA raised money for a bronze statue of the major at the battle of the bulge. These young kids.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And four say they have had unwanted touching her. Verbal abuse said things that were completely inappropriate for my age. Which at the time was like thirteen fourteen. Not surprising. What might be is that NYU is figured out it cost women more money to get around New York because of it. It's part of what's called a pink tax the pink taxes that term used to describe the amount that women are charged. In addition services that are the themes or a Kaufman is with the Rudin center at NYU traveling late at night, they will take a taxi or four hair vehicle in order to have a safer option. Saudi founded a cost women about twenty five to fifty dollars more a month to get around because of that pink tax in Brooklyn. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty certainly wasn't the friendly skies for. An American Airlines flight attendant accusing her employer of failing to investigate her claim that fellow crew member assaulted her KRLD radio reporter Kirsten Wiesel has the story Kathy. Wolf's lawsuit filed last week claims another American Airlines flight attendants slammed the door of beverage cart on her arm and in front of passengers dragged her down the aisle by the scarf around her neck wolf says she reported the procedure to the captain and other crew members. But when nothing was done she went to the police hirsute further claims American air with negligent and created a dangerous work environment. She's looking for a million dollars in damages. Kristen Weiss over CBS news, Dallas nine hundred eighty two WC..

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710 WOR

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A C they start harassing you to the point where we got physical fight over a seat. What did she do? She pushed meeting kick me what you do touch her by one of the doors open. I did push. And then the next stop. They called the police, but Dan do anything about it. She ran off the next up. You know, what so overcrowded that no one could anything about it? Even if you were to fight them to please can't find him. So so much traffic the subway even get punched a rob. What else can you do? Well, that's not a pretty picture. It's not you can just disappear in the crowd. This this young woman was harassed Witter mother. I'm irwin. You're like buying a ticket for a bus. And then some guy came up to us in cornutus corner of port authority, he was like making mouth movements like really weird like drunk mouth movements at us, which is weird because we're like mother and daughter. Wow. That wasn't weird. What did you? Do. We ran. Did you call police on that guy? No, no. You just deal with that. Yeah. They have much more to deal with. Interesting. You know, the survey the survey Alice from NYU's, a Rudin center for transportation of for example, major felonies transit system are up less than one percent. According to NYPD, but the survey found that ninety percent of those who say they experienced harassment never reported. No, well, is that unusual? They don't we don't report flashers either. I mean, it's just another day on the subway and then get harassed to Tom. Tom what the bums note the homeless are getting out of control. I don't always have changed. You know, we all have debit cards. Now, we also have jobs, you know, Trump should get them something with that Trump, Trump Trump,.

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"rudin center" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Some beautiful, and then we got up and walked away started yelling at three and four say they have had unwanted touching her. Verbal abuse said things that were completely inappropriate for my age. Which at the time was like thirteen fourteen. Not surprising. What might be is that NYU is figured out it cost women more money to get around New York because of it. It's part of what's called a pink tax pink taxes a term used to describe the amount that women are charged. In addition services. That are the themes are Kaufman is with the Rudin center at NYU travelling at night. They will take a taxi or four hair vehicle in order to have a safer option. Saudi founded a cost women about twenty five to fifty dollars. More a month to get around because of that pink tax in Brooklyn. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty heads called the forgotten. In war. But a hero's daughter will never forget the sacrifices of her father army private first class. Walter e decker and World War One just one hundred years ago decker and his unit or gassed in a French forest. They were shut down a lot of them were mortally wounded, my father was left for dead. They thought he was dead. But at the time. The French monks used to go through the farce when they knew it was safe and call out to find out anybody who was alive, and they're heard my father, and what they did was they placed this cross on each each of the bodies that were ready to to go back back to a hospital. And that's where this cross came from that stickers daughter, Carol, oh, you can see her tell her father story and how the golden crucifix became the academy of faith and family. The Veterans Day story is at CBS eight eighty dot com tonight, eighteen WCBS, traffic.

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"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is. Marketplace I'm KAI. Ryssdal I did an interview with the CEO of Ford a couple of years ago in which he called maybe the iconic American car, company a transportation, company or maybe it was a mobility. Company I can't, remember but either way you get my drift Now it seems the iconic car sharing company. In this. Economy is doing the same thing in an interview with the financial times over the weekend Uber's CEO said his. Is adding more electric bikes and scooters to the mix that it offers in big cities places the. Company already has, a large and not always uncontroversial presence marketplace's Justin how. Has that one back in April required jump a company that makes electric bikes. That don't need docking stations it's. Also invested in a scooter, sharing company called lime April Rini advises companies in the sharing economy and she says Uber has clearly decided that cars alone are, not enough adding bicycles to the. Mix will take them further down the road of diversification you could also. Tram Uber's income CEO Derek has were shy says the company makes less. On a bike ride than on a trip, in a car. Bikes and scooters. Are expensive to maintain and they'll compete with Uber drivers Uber brings a big advantage to the bike share markets is Evan Raleigh at, the university of, Minnesota's school of management has got so. Much capital and, if you just flooded city with supply Y. You can induce demand in this kind of business but in six of the eight cities were Uber already offers. Bike sharing his competing against existing bike share systems many spearheaded by city governments it's not clear that. Society wins if, the private system prevails as opposed to the public system. Competition hasn't worked out so well in cities that have done a poor job. Regulating it says Sarah Calvin at. The NYU Rudin center for, transportation for example in Beijing the dacas bake industry has grown too fast and now there are piles of discarded ductless bikes on, the sidewalks Calvin says cities have. Learned from what happened when Uber's ride hailing service I came to town. And Uber's learned it can make more sense to work with city governments. In New York I'm Justin how for marketplace There's that old, adage?.

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"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Day the message needs to get out because. You got leaders that keeps saying everything's okay as a cargo is not okay you got a lot of. Comedies on the south west and east side and no economic development but on a north I really feel people live in a real real joyous a good life over here and because violence persist. In. Some Chicago neighborhoods Hardiman and other organizers say Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel and police superintendent Eddie Johnson. Need to step down Streets our streets and shut it down have become common refrains at protests across the country in recent years many prompted by, fatal encounters between. Police and unarmed black men early last month demonstrating Chicagoans to. Over the lanes of a major expressway as they called for an end to city violence and neighborhood investment now comes today's protests aimed at lake shore Dr Mitchell moss the director of the Rudin center for transportation at New. York University says. Using roads and, infrastructure has become a central feature of this country's protest movement in, the twenty first century in part because I. Think they're much more of, and part also because the protests affects many more. People Chicago police spokesman. Anthony Guliani says there will be several hundred Chicago, police officers present at today's event. Were there to protect their right to demonstrate but at the same time, we're not, going to disrupt activities out. To ballpark we're not gonna tolerate Civil disobedience or any type of illegal activity the, organizers say the effort is not just a. Push for awareness but for, change and that often doesn't come without discomfort Cheryl. Corley NPR news Chicago.

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"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Every day the message needs to get out. Because you got a, local leaders that keeps saying everything's okay as cargo is. Not okay you got a lot. Of counties on the south west and east side and no economic development, but on, north avenue I really feel. People live. In a real real joyous a good. Life will be here and because violence persist in some. Chicago neighborhoods Hardiman and other organizers say Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel and police superintendent Eddie John Need to. Step down Streets our streets, and shut it down have become common refrains at protests across the. Country in recent years many prompted by fatal encounters between police and unarmed black, men early last month demonstrating Chicago into the lanes of a major expressway as they called for an end to city violence in neighborhood investment now comes today's protest. Aimed at lake. Shore Dr Mitchell moss the director of the Rudin center for. Transportation at New York University says using roads and infrastructure has become a central feature of this country's protest movement in the twenty first century in part because I think they're much more visible part also because the protests. Affects many more. People Chicago police, spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says there will be several hundred Chicago police officers, present at today's event were there to protect. Their right to demonstrate but, at the same time we're not going to disrupt. Activities have to ballpark. We're not gonna tolerate civil disobedience Or any type of illegal, activity the organizers say the effort is not. Just to push for awareness, but for change and that often doesn't come without. Discomfort Cheryl corley NPR news Chicago Okay now we have this story of a big and pretty surprising Silicon Valley. Apology yesterday tesla reported that. Over the past three, months it's losses doubled but the company. Also bragged that it's now making five thousand of its brand new more affordable models every week. But here's the big surprise Tesla's. CEO Elon Musk apologized to investors for. His behavior repeatedly musk has gotten in hot water lately for his aggressive and sometimes offensive rants on. Social media NPR's, jasmine cars has the story tusla's may earnings call, was infamously bizarre this is how an irritated Elon Musk. Responded to one analysts, question Questions are. Cool back in the days leading up to this year's second. Financial report there, was a lot of Bai's not about. The cars but about Ilan mosque nobody expected. This apologized for being applied on the Parkway this. Comes after a turbulent period from musk in which. He. Went all Konya west on Twitter like last year when a. Public transportation blogger called, his ideas elitist Musk's simply responded you're an, idiot investors have. Not been amused by acting like that it does cause some those investors to to question and may not support. Them so it makes it. Harder for them to, raise money gene Munster works at loop. A venture capital company that follows tesla monster says investors have reached out to express concern public. Opinion is key to this company's. Growth tesla doesn't use regular advertising these. Word of mouth so the. Point there is that by him alien Meeting some of his referral network. That can actually have a negative.

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"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rudin center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One degrees at sunny today getting up to a high around seventy degrees the morning commute looks good at this time an advocacy group for muslim new yorkers is cheering a federal judge's decision to block president trump's latest travel ban it was slated to go into with fact today for eight nations in six of them majority the judge called that discriminatory albert conned is the legal director for the new york chapter of the council on american islamic relations he says those who want to bring family to the us from these nations have a reprieve but they shouldn't wait there is no guarantee that this gay they will laugh and the muslim ban could go back into effect at any moment the trump administration plans to appeal the latest ruling general motors is applied to be the first company to test driverless cars in new york state governor cuomo says gm and crews automation would begin trials in lower manhattan next year transportation and experts say it won't be easy near city is pretty much the blacked out driverless car task dang that sarah kaufmann with the rudin center for transportation it and why you she says testing in manhattan raises the bar for gm driverless cars are practicing in smaller cities now but when they get to new york they will deal with unpredictable pedestrian and yes jane gridlock i fake way everything happening in a much tighter bay cobos office says the department of motor vehicles and state police would participate in testing to ensure safety aaron judge ignite did a comeback victory in the bronx last night with a home run and then a tying double the yankees beat the houston astros at six to four and a tie the american league championship series at two games apiece game five is tonight in the bronx fifty one degrees now it's going to be sunny today getting up to.

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