The case for ending 24-hour subway service, the DNA of Manhattan's rats, more

By Alanna Schubach  | November 30, 2017 - 11:00AM

24-hour subway service must end in order to fix the ailing transit system, the Regional Plan Association argues (amNewYork)

The city's new ferry service has already carried 700,000 more passengers than projected (New York Times) 

Sunset Park tenants rally against their landlord, deemed the worst in the city (Brownstoner)

Manhattan's uptown and downtown rats are genetically distinct from each other, a Fordham University graduate student found (The Atlantic) 

Take a look at the amenity-packed sky-bridge of the American Copper development (Curbed)

Designers say they've found a solution for housing the homeless: honeycomb pods that attach to the windowless sides of existing buildings (Business Insider)


Alanna Schubach

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Contributing editor Alanna Schubach has over a decade of experience as a New York City-based freelance journalist.

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