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Manufacturing in New York City isn’t dead after all: study shows sector has stabilized
New York Daily News, by Phyllis Furman, March 26, 2014

NYC manufacturing no longer bleeding jobs
Crain's New York Business, by Thornton McEnery, March 26, 2014

Net Gains
City Journal, by James Panero, March 25, 2014

Queens’ highways, streets in bad shape: Study
Queens Times Ledger, by Philip Newman, March 24, 2014

Tragedy Exposes N.Y. City Infrastructure Woes
Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, March 21, 2014

The Leakiest Gas Pipes In The Nation
WNYC, by Robert Lewis, March 20, 2014

Congestion pricing plan gains actual momentum
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein, March 20, 2014

Guests on The Infra Blog: Jonathan Bowles & Adam Forman of the Center for an Urban Future
InfrastructureUSA, by Steve Anderson, March 18, 2014

In City’s Job Growth, Faces of the Working Poor
WNYC, by Mirela Iverac, March 17, 2014

New York explosion exposes nation’s aging and dangerous gas mains
CNN, by Ray Sanchez, March 17, 2014

Up Close: NYC Infrastructure
ABC, by Diana Williams, March 17, 2014

Our Aging and Dangerous Urban Infrastructure
Huffington Post, by Steven Cohen, March 17, 2014

Blast exposes need to fix aging infrastructure
Crain's New York Business, by Thornton McEnery and Emily Laermer, March 16, 2014

Rescue workers reach basement of NYC blast site
Al Jazeera America, March 15, 2014

Deadly gas leaks and aging pipes are growing problem in New York City
New York Daily News, by Greg B. Smith, March 15, 2014

Revelan imágenes de cámara de seguridad sobre explosión en NY
Univision, March 15, 2014

Op-ed: Rep. Charles Rangel: For Too Long, Congress Has Ignored Infrastructure
TIME, by Rep. Charles Rangel, March 14, 2014

Where are New York City’s gas mains located?
The New York World, by Wilder Fleming, March 14, 2014

Without Action From Cuomo, Subways Doomed to Endless State of Disrepair
Streetsblog, by John Petro, March 14, 2014

8th Body Found in Rubble From East Harlem Explosion
New York Magazine, by Brendan O'Connor, March 14, 2014

New York’s dangerously old public infrastructures
The Guardian, by Raya Jalabi, March 14, 2014

East Harlem Building Explosion Highlights City’s Aging Infrastructure
DNAinfo, by Jeff Mays, March 14, 2014

Harlem gas explosion highlights aging nationwide infrastructure
CBS, by Michelle Miller, March 14, 2014

Dear America, Please Fix Your Crappy Infrastructure
Fast Company, by Shaunacy Ferro, March 14, 2014

Too Soon for Answers in Harlem
City Journal, by Nicole Gelinas, March 14, 2014

Explosion a Reminder of NYC’s Aging Infrastructure
Associated Press, by David Crary, March 13, 2014

More than half of city’s worst roads located in Queens: Report
Queens Times Ledger, by Philip Newman, March 13, 2014

Harlem tragedy sheds light on old infrastructure
Crain's New York Business, by Thornton McEnery, March 13, 2014

East Harlem Explosion Sheds Light on City’s Aging Infrastructure
NY1, by Bobby Cuza, March 13, 2014

Here’s a way to prevent gas explosions and help the climate too
Grist, by Ben Adler, March 13, 2014

New York building collapse death toll rises as search for victims continues
The Guardian, by Amanda Holpuch, March 13, 2014

Op-ed: The city, crumbling beneath our feet
New York Daily News, by Errol Louis, March 13, 2014

Deadly New York Explosion Highlights Urgent Need To Fix City’s Crumbling Gas Lines
Huffington Post, by Chris Kirkham and Saki Knafo, March 13, 2014

Op-ed: New York City Is Crumbling
TIME, by Adam Forman, March 13, 2014

Aging Park Avenue Gas Pipe Eyed as Possible Cause of Explosion
Wall Street Journal, by Andrew Tangel, March 12, 2014

America’s Gas Infrastructure Is Getting Dangerously Old
TIME, by Katy Steinmetz, March 12, 2014

Natural gas infrastructure a concern in Utah too
Standard-Examiner, by Andreas Rivera, March 12, 2014

Blast levels two New York buildings; at least two dead
The Globe and Mail, by Joanna Slater, March 12, 2014

Explosion in Harlem: how does a gas leak turn a building into rubble?
The Verge, by Arielle Duhaime-Ross, March 12, 2014

Editorial: Gas explosion is a wake-up call
amNewYork, March 12, 2014

More Details on East Harlem’s Tragic Building Collapse
Curbed, by Zoe Rosenberg, March 12, 2014

Deadly building explosion puts focus on NYC’s aging infrastructure
Christian Science Monitor, by Harry Bruinius, March 12, 2014

Explosion prompts a call for infrastructure spending
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein, March 12, 2014

Report: NYC Infrastructure Is Crumbling
Gothamist, by Rebecca Fishbein, March 12, 2014

Usa: esplosione a Manhattan, crollano due edifici: due morti e 24 feriti
la Repubblica, March 12, 2014

Derrumbe de dos edificios en el barrio latino de Harlem tras una explosión
El Pais, by Sandro Pozzi, March 12, 2014

Why New York City Streets Keep Exploding, and You Can’t Predict Where’s Next
The Wire, by Philip Bump, March 12, 2014

Gas Infrastructure Is Falling Apart in Cities Around the Country
Slate, by Lily Hay Newman, March 12, 2014

Councilman Says Explosion Exposes ‘Dire Need’ for Infrastructure Improvements
New York Observer, by Colin Campbell, March 12, 2014

Urban Future report highlights NYC’s infrastructure deficit
2nd Ave. Sagas, by Benjamin Kabak, March 12, 2014

Harlem Tops List of Neighborhoods With Streets in Bad Shape
DNAinfo, by Jeff Mays, March 12, 2014

NYC necesita $47,000 millones para arreglar infraestructura
El Diario, by Joaquín Botero, March 12, 2014

City needs $50B for infrastructure: study
New York Post, by Rebecca Harshbarger, March 12, 2014

Report: New York City’s infrastructure needs $47 billion in repairs
amNewYork, by Dan Rivoli, March 12, 2014

Experts Discuss Report About City’s Crumbling Infrastructure
NY1's Inside City Hall, March 11, 2014

City’s infrastructure repair pegged at $47B
Crain's New York Business, by Thornton McEnery, March 11, 2014

Report: $47B to Fix N.Y. City Infrastructure
Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, March 11, 2014

NYC’s Aging Infrastructure Could Be Dangerous, Says Report
Epoch Times, by Kristina Skorbach, March 11, 2014

Op-Ed: What New York (and Other Cities) Can Do to Fix Their Aging Infrastructure
Next City, by Adam Forman, March 11, 2014

Report: Cuomo and de Blasio need to focus more on city infrastructure
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein, March 11, 2014

Report: Our Infrastructure is Really Not Great
WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show, March 11, 2014

Report: Staten Island roads in grim shape as city needs $47 billion infrastructure boost
Staten Island Advance, by Jillian Jorgensen, March 11, 2014

Gone to potholes: Morningside Heights and West Harlem worst nabes in the city for poor road conditions
New York Daily News, by Michael J. Feeney and Beth Stebner, March 11, 2014

Report: Price Tag To Repair NYC Infrastructure Is $47 Billion
WCBS 880, March 11, 2014

Video: Bursting at the Seams
Bond Buyer, March 11, 2014

City needs almost $50B in infrastructure repairs: report
The Real Deal, March 11, 2014

NYC Is Falling Apart, and That’s OK
Gizmodo, by Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, March 11, 2014

NYC Infrastructure Repairs Could Cost $47B Over 5 Years
Law360, by Linda Chiem, March 11, 2014

NYC facing $47-billion repair bill
Real Estate Weekly, by Konrad Putzier, March 11, 2014

Ashley Stewart files for Chapter 11
Crain's New York Business, by Bilal Iftikhar, March 10, 2014

No ‘easy’ button: Staples to close 225 outposts
Crain's New York Business, March 07, 2014

Three Queens pols allow residents to decide how millions are spent
New York Daily News, by Clare Trapasso, March 07, 2014

RadioShack’s troubles spell opportunity for some
Crain's New York Business, by Bilal Iftikhar, March 04, 2014

For New York City’s aging immigrants, it can be hard to create a community
PRI's The World, by Bruce Wallace, February 18, 2014

How broadband service lags in NYC
Crain's New York Business, by Judith Messina, February 18, 2014

Op-ed: Past pre-K, big ideas of N.Y.
New York Daily News, by James Warren, February 16, 2014

Sink or swim in New York fashion hothouse
The Daily Star, February 13, 2014

Mayor De Blasio Lays Out His Vision For A More Equitable New York City
Fast Company, by Jessica Leber, February 11, 2014

A challenger to Dunkin’ Donuts and Starbucks emerges from South Korea
New York Business Journal, by Ben Fischer, February 07, 2014

“Starbucks of South Korea” plans huge city expansion
The Real Deal, by Adam Pincus, February 05, 2014

9 Inventive Ideas For Improving Cities
Fast Company, by Ben Schiller, February 04, 2014

Can Michael Bloomberg’s New York manifesto change the world?
The Guardian, by Beth Gardiner, January 29, 2014

The Class Of 2014: The New Mayors Who Are Building The Future Of America’s Cities
Fast Company, by Jessica Leber, January 29, 2014

Letter to the Editor: For the Elderly, a Welcome Place to Meet
New York Times, by Julie Sandorf, January 28, 2014

Sadik-Khan’s rearguard
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein, January 28, 2014

For Providence Mayor Taveras, travel is part of the territory
Providence Journal, by Alisha A. Pina, January 25, 2014

Op-ed: What Mayor de Blasio can do to increase middle-class jobs, income equality
New York Daily News, by Jonathan Bowles, January 21, 2014

Queens residents concerned with housing, transportation and quality of life
New York Daily News, by Clare Trapasso, January 14, 2014

Albany forum focuses on improving community colleges statewide
WBFO, by Ashley Hirtzel, January 13, 2014

A Tale of Two Agendas
Metropolis Magazine, by Karrie Jacobs, January 09, 2014

Small businesses thrive through connections with big corporations
Greenville News, by Angella Davis, January 09, 2014

To Help Connect the Two New Yorks, Bill de Blasio Should Build More Community Broadband
The Nation, by Maya Wiley, January 08, 2014

The Staten Island Neighborhood Where Making It Means Three Dogs, Not One
WNYC, by Jim O'Grady, January 06, 2014

Look out Starbucks, here comes Dunkin’ Donuts
The Riverdale Press, by Andy Gross, January 03, 2014

How NYC’s new mayor is hamstrung on wage inequality
CNN, by Claire Zillman, January 03, 2014

What is a Library?
Narratively, by Katie Gilbert, January 02, 2014

How Mike’s data boosted Bill
New York Daily News, by Harry Siegel, January 01, 2014

National retailers are Brooklyn bound
New York Real Estate Journal, by Faith Hope Consolo, December 24, 2013

Bans to tech funds: the mayor’s legacy
Queens Chronicle, by Stephanie E. Santana, December 12, 2013

Harlem historian Jacob Morris seeks to convert vacant library space into teen center
New York Daily News, by Jan Ransom, December 10, 2013

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