You’re running to an appointment at an obscure address but your smartphone’s dead and there’s not a subway map in sight. Looks like you’ll have to get there the old-fashioned way. Here are a few rules of thumb to help you navigate the city when your technology fails you.
NYC is fast becoming a tech-centric metropolis, with city agencies as well as the private sector getting in on the game. The DOT leads the way…
“The rodents don’t grow their own food, nor do they go shopping at the market,” says State Sen. Bill Perkins, who believes that banning straphangers from eating on subways will curb the city’s rat problem. Read what else Perkins has to say about his controversial new bill…
With equipment rentals, snow pants and unpredictable weather, planning a ski trip can be a chore. But how you get to the slopes doesn’t have to be a hassle. Here are several ski destinations reachable by bus or train from New York City.
City educators and advocates share their predictions — and their hopes — for what makes it into Bloomberg’s State of the City address.
As 2011 ends and 2012 begins, MetroFocus looks back on what we’ve bid adieu to and what’s coming our way in the new year.
For “Thru-Line,” 44 musicians will perform the same snippet of Bach on every subway platform along the F train on Dec. 21. MetroFocus spoke with the composer and musicians making it happen.