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New Regs Come as Few Chinatown Buses Remain

Government, In the News, Transportation June 20, 2013 at 6:37 pm

When it comes to the Chinatown-Boston route, only one bus company remains following a series of shutdowns. Downtown Express reports that the city has passed new regulations for intercity buses. Will it help revitalize the bus industry in Chinatown?

Chinese deliverymen believe that dressing in accordance with the new regulations would be a challenge for them as summertime approaches. (Photo by Yi Chen Tu via World Journal)

Delivery Workers Question New Bike Regulations

East Asian, In the News, Labor, Transportation April 16, 2013 at 11:30 am

New rules require delivery workers to put on protective gear as safety measures. World Journal reports that deliverymen for Chinese restaurants say the regulations are unnecessary and attribute accidents to other vehicles crossing into bike lanes.

The Department of Transportion is cracking down on speedy deliverymen. (James Fanelli via DNAinfo)

Voices in Focus: a Safety Crackdown on Food Deliverymen

Business, Politics August 29, 2012 at 2:32 pm

Among our stories today from New York City’s ethnic and community press: a crackdown on the city’s deliverymen; a call to stand up for voting rights; a vigil to save Alianza Dominicana; profiles of Ponzi scheme victims; and a New Jersey middle school makes Korean classes mandatory.

Construction gets in the way of the bike land on Grand Street.

New battle erupts over Chinatown bike lane

Environment, Manhattan November 29, 2011 at 12:11 pm

A battle that once brewed between bike riders and merchants over a new bike lane has now become a fight by riders to save it, as construction for a water tunnel interferes.

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