An incredible new use of technology in New York City’s transit system:
You look at the map, you tap your intended destination, and the map will draw your route, including any transfers along the way. It’s an interface that puts Google Maps to shame. >Fast Company, NYC Subways Deploy A Touch-Screen Network, Complete With Apps
'Entrepreneurial boom' more than offsets losses in the city's industrial sector.
"The majority of manufacturers in the city have been operating for more than 10 years, but the rate of growth of new companies has been remarkable," says Miquela Craytor, VP of Industrial Initiatives and Income Mobility at NYCEDC.
Policy analysts like Mr. Bowles agree. “Places like the Brooklyn Navy Yard and Industry City are big reasons behind this positive momentum,” he said, referring to two industrial centers in Brooklyn.