News and Insights
Information and recent news of interest to those traveling to or within the New York Metropolitan area and points beyond.
With area schools deploying their plans for a return to classroom teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, among the concerns being raised is transportation logistics. From limitations on bus service to questions around bus capacity, cleanliness and safety, many parents...
To ensure safety during this slow transition toward normalcy, and for anyone who may have a passenger or passengers in their car, paying extra attention to keeping the interior of the vehicle clean and sanitized is critical.
Using one’s own vehicle, keeping it clean, and even using one of a handful of automotive cleaning products that claim to inactivate germs in a closed environment like an automobile may be the safest way to travel, at least locally.
Just when you thought they were washed up, New York City’s panhandling squeegee men are back, reports the New York Post. The panhandling window-washers, who became the face of former Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s quality-of-life crackdown in the 1990s, were back peddling their services in Manhattan over the weekend.
Police are looking for a man who threatened and attacked people on the Upper East Side, CBS New York reported. Three incidents were reported within 30 minutes.
A homeless speed demon with a millionaire’s taste carjacked four different rides — including three Mercedes-Benzes — as she burned rubber down an eight-mile stretch of Manhattan’s east side, causing multiple crashes along the way, cops told the New York Post Saturday.