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Posted :
March 13, 2017

Prowess of women builders on display in lower Manhattan photo exhibit

When Elisangela Oliveira is high above the city painting bridges, she’s also helping to break glass ceilings. Oliveira, a bridge painter for nearly 20 years, and a host of other women who help build and shape the country’s transportation infrastructure

Posted :
March 9, 2017

Exhibit highlights women who build

On International Women’s Day, a new exhibit celebrates women who help to move New Yorkers. NY1’s Jose Martinez filed the following report.

Posted :
March 8, 2017

Transport center stage in “Women Can Build” photo exhibit

In honor of Women’s History Month, Jobs to Move America and the New York City Department of Transportation announced the launch of the Women Can Build photography exhibit revealing the contributions of women building 21st Century transportation, including trams, rail,

Posted :
March 8, 2017

NYC features women in manufacturing in new photo exhibit

NYC’s Department of Transportation is unveiling a new photo exhibit on Wednesday.

Posted :
March 8, 2017

¡Nueva York reconoce a todas las mujeres en su día!

Verónica Albornoz nos muestra cómo la Gran Manzana reconoce el esfuerzo, la lucha y el trabajo de todas las mujeres en el Día Internacional de la Mujer.

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March 8, 2017

Women at work: ‘we can build anything’ – in pictures

Women employed in industry and manufacturing are grossly outnumbered by men in the US, but a new exhibition sponsored by Jobs to Move America and the NYC department of transportation pays tribute to the women who build America’s infrastructure. Women

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March 7, 2017

Deanne Fitzmaurice: Rosies

The project reveals the overlooked contributions, and decline in hiring since WWII, of the skilled and hard-working women who build our 21st Century transportation including trams, rail, buses, bridges, roads and streets.

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February 1, 2017

Coalition aims to transform LA Metro to electric bus fleet

A new coalition of environmental groups, labor advocates and bus riders gathered at Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) headquarters recently to launch a campaign calling on Metro to commit now to an all-electric fleet of buses by 2030.

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January 26, 2017

“Natural gas is so 90s”: Coalition pushes for Metro fully electric bus fleet by 2030

Posted :
January 26, 2017

Environmentalists challenge Metro leaders to buy all electric buses to curb climate change

Unbowed by proposals coming out of the White House to weaken climate-change initiatives, environmental and labor groups Thursday asked transportation leaders to double down on green energy policies by switching to zero-emission electric buses.