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“We are unduly dependent upon large diesel trucks, way more than any of our peer cities,” said Department of Transportation Commissioner Hank Gutman.
"There was just confusion. There’s no access to the water, no safety buoys or supports under the pier that you can grab onto. It was a helpless thing to watch."
"Up against the Manhattan skyline, it was like my brain couldn’t put the two together."
Improv Everywhere's latest "prank" doesn't seem like the worst pandemic idea we've heard.
The FDNY rescued two people "after their inflatable swan pool float became overcome by a fast moving current and was met with heavy marine traffic."
Do you trust him?
According to the National Transportation Safety Board, the charter company deliberately exploited loopholes in FAA regulations.
The idea to build for a fishing-centric resource was first suggested by local anglers to Friends of the East River Esplanade... 'What you could do is make us a bait station.'
The murky river is cleaner than you think, at least off Pier 17, where +POOL has set up this sculpture.
All five passengers aboard the chartered helicopter were killed in the crash, while the pilot, Richard Vance, survived.
The EDC is looking for proposals on how to make our floating pool dream a reality.
It is a sad day when corporate signage gets degraded by ads like this.
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