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New York

Country: USA
Language:
  1. English
Airports:
  1. JFK John F Kennedy International Airport 21.9 km
  2. LGA La Guardia Airport 9.7 km
Climate code: Cfa humid subtropical climate
Global city cat.: GaWC Alpha++ Global Cities
Population (city): 8,550,405 (2015) world: 15
Population (metro): 17,799,861 (2000)

News, Essays & Blog Posts (3 / 4)

New York’s Growing Free-Rider Problem
By: City Journal   Published: 21/Dec/2018
Article URL: www.city-journal.org »
Tags: New York

Subway farebeating is on the rise, and it’s making all the MTA’s troubles worse.

Gridlocked, in Fair Weather and Foul
By: City Journal   Published: 17/Nov/2018
Article URL: www.city-journal.org »
Tags: New York

New Yorkers demand that the mayor clear the roads—but only in snowstorms.

My Last Meal: Adam Gopnik
By: Adam Gopnik at The Monocle   Published: 01/May/2018
Article URL: monocle.com »
Tags: New York

The esteemed writer and essayist on the importance of cooking, going head to head with his galley’s labour union and the practical pleasures of chopping onions.

New York Articles (4)

Podcast Episodes (3 / 4)

Tall Stories 118: Domino Park
By: The Urbanist   Released: 06/Aug/2018
Episode URL: omny.fm »

Monocle’s Ed Stocker takes us to the Williamsburg waterfront in New York, where a new space has just opened to the public.

How New York City Tourism Changes the City
By: Skift   Released: 22/Feb/2017
Episode URL: soundcloud.com »

On this episode of the Skift Podcast, we're talking about tourism growth in New York City, the role of gentrification, the new ways that visitors are experiencing the city, and what kind of growth is sustainable. Our guest is Skift reporter Andrew Sheivachman, who reported an in-depth piece on the city's tourism landscape, and we're also hearing from interviews he did with several industry leaders.

Why New York's High Line Became the Attraction Smart Cities Want
By: Skift   Released: 25/May/2016
Episode URL: soundcloud.com »

On this episode of the Skift podcast, we welcome some park enthusiasts to talk about the creation of New York's High Line, its legacy and the quest to create the next big thing in public space. Our guests this week are Adrian Benepe, who was the New York City parks commissioner before becoming city park development director at The Trust for Public Land, and Meg Daly, founder and president of Friends of the Underline in Miami.

New York Podcast Episodes (4)

Strategy Documents

  1. One NYC
  2. PlaNYC

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