It’s been almost 7 years since the goal of improving the quality of air in NYC. With the advent of the citybike program which offer convenient bike rental pick up and drop off at hundred of locations in the 5 boroughs of NY.
Many have said that the improvement in air quality has been a direct result of the increase of bike riders and decrease in motor vehicle traffic.
The 30,000 or so taxis within Manhattan have updated their vehicles to the newer hybrid reduced emission vehicles have contributed to the reduction as well.
The MTAs newest clean air hybrid electric buses have cut emissions by as much as 80%. When you are talking about thousands of vehicles its easy to see how quickly we can make our way to becoming a city with the best air quality.
There is nothing better than living in NYC and New Jersey. I live here because it is a 24 hour town. At any time of the day or night I am able to get anything, and I mean anything I want within minutes right to my door. You can’t say that about other cities.
Last weekend I was alone with no plans. My friends were out of town, so I had nothing to do and no one to do it with. I remember a friend of mine talking about escort services in New York.
He said that you can have a pretty girl show up to your door in minutes to keep you company for however long you want.
I always remembered that in case the time arrived. This night was that time. Bored, lonely and looking for someone to hang with. So I turned to the place I usually go when I’m lonely — the internet. Google has always been good to me.
I did a little search and next thing I know I stumbled upon this escort service that offered fast delivery New Jersey Escorts and another offering New York escorts I spent a few minutes looking over the profiles on the website. most of the girls looked inviting, and not only because I was desperate and alone – they really are good looking.
So I thought to myself “let’s see what it would run me to have an escort come over for a few hours”. I dialed them up and I was surprised to find that It wasn’t going to cost even a fraction of what I was expecting. I didn’t tell them that..
Anyway, I picked a girl from their website, I’m a sucker for Latin women that are curvy, busty and tanned. There were about 6 girls that matched my taste so instead of getting caught up in the particulars, I just asked to send the one that likes to party and is most fun and down to earth and dressed with heels on.…
The air quality in NYC poses a significant risk to New Yorkers. It is estimates that almost 6 percent of deaths occur as a result of poor air in the city. It is estimated that a huge shift in the quality of the air in NYC was drastically effected on September 11th. Additionally the large amount of Buses, Cars and motorcycles contribute to the air pollution amount in NYC. It is a challenge to improve the quality of the air because there are many more sources than motor vehicles alone. Recently NYC has implemented PlaNYC which is a plan to help bolster economic development, improve the environment, and better the quality of air and of course the life for all New Yorkers.
The goal of the plan is to “achieve the cleanest air quality of any big U.S. city” by the year 2030. The city has made major improvement in air quality and is on track to reach their goal if not come very close to it. Many agencies have chipped in to help the city reach this goal for example the DEP updates and enforces the Air Code of NYC. The goal of which is also to improve the air quality and resources in the city.
One of the biggest ways NYC has moved towards cleaner air is through reducing the amount of motor vehicles in Manhattan. This is achieved by reducing the amount of road space throughout the city. Many local roads in Manhattan that were 3 or 2 lane have been reduced to 1. Many options to turn have been eliminated. The citybike project has pushed commuters into renting bikes instead of using motor vehicles or mass transit.
So far these projects are helping to improve the air quality in NYC, and we feel that New York will be a great worldwide model for other big cities to follow.…