Articles: Open Government

MTA Metro-North Announces Full Wireless Coverage in Grand Central Terminal

According to an MTA Metro-North Railroad press release, the MTA recently announced that AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless have contracted with Ericsson to design and install...

0 comments Jan 23, 2013
meetup.com

Calling All Long Island City Techies to Help Post Hurricane Sandy

NY Tech Meetup, a non-profit with organization with over 27,000 members, is organizing with New York City to help with relief efforts. Many New York area businesses and organizations need help...

0 comments Oct 31, 2012
Fooducate

Fooducate Meets GMOs!

So what is Fooducate? Fooducate is like a personal assistant with a special purpose: grocery advisor.  This free app helps people make healthy food choices for their families at...

0 comments Oct 23, 2012

Queens Gets Free Wi-Fi Service Provided Through Payphone Kiosks

NYC CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER STERNE, COUNCIL MEMBER BREWER, VAN WAGNER COMMUNICATIONS, AND TITAN ANNOUNCE FREE WI-FI SERVICE PROVIDED THROUGH PAYPHONE KIOSKS Pilot Program Will Expand to Include Locations in All...

0 comments Aug 02, 2012

Bridges and Tunnels Introduces New MTA EZTravel App

Want to know how traffic is moving at MTA crossings or how long it will take to reach a connecting highway? The information is just a tap away with Bridges...

0 comments Jun 24, 2012
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MTA Launches ‘Weekender’ App

First iPhone App Developed by the MTA Building on the enormous popularity of “The Weekender” feature on mta.info that helps weekend subway riders navigate around construction-related service...

0 comments Jun 12, 2012
Courtesy of Mashable

“Made In NY” Digital Jobs Map Unveiled—Jobs in LIC!

Internet Week, Mayor Bloomberg and NYC's Chief Digital Officer Rachel Sterne recently unveiled a map of 500 homegrown digital startups, investors and coworking spaces across New York City. The map...

0 comments May 19, 2012
Rob Wilson/MTA

MTA Arts for Transit: An Art Museum Right In Your Pocket

You may not realize it when you're rushing to work or home, but there are 200 different works of art displayed in the New York City Subway, Long Island Rail...

0 comments Mar 20, 2012

iPhone App Enables Diners to Locate “A” Restaurants From the Street Corner

New Yorkers can now check a restaurant’s letter grade from any street corner throughout the City using ABCEats NYC.  This is a free iPhone, iPad and iPod...

0 comments Mar 12, 2012

NYC Announces A New Street Closures Map

Mayor Bloomberg and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced NYC Street Closures on Tuesday, which pulls together permit information and allows users to search by date and location which streets...

0 comments Jan 10, 2012

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