Commissioner Bratton said that having less than 100,000 major crimes in a city of 8.5 million people and 56 million yearly tourists is “a significant hallmark to go toward.”
Each NYC household pays the MTA $130 a month in taxes, more than the cost of a monthly unlimited Metrocard.
Check out the video while you’re waiting and waiting for holiday-schedule trains this weekend, if you’re in one of the stations with WiFi, that is.
The fares are going up, but where is the money going?
The city makes up for these tax breaks by overtaxing traditional apartment buildings, forcing landlords to raise their tenants’ rent higher.
New Yorkers pay over half a billion dollars a year in NYC parking tickets.
Brooklyn residents do it louder.
The slave trade was a profitable business for NYC’s government, as well as the financial industry.