Mitchell L. Moss

Director, NYU Rudin Center of Transportation



"Harlem's Economic Paradox," The New York Times, December 13, 1995.

"Don't Fight the Fare Increase," The New York Times, November 11, 1995.

"Bank Merger's a Wakeup Call," New York Daily News, August 30, 1995.

"Thinking Globally, Reporting Locally," New York Newsday, July 16, 1995.

"We Can Do Better Than a Lousy T-Shirt," New York Newsday, July 12, 1995.

"Time to Pay for Kids' Summer Play," New York Newsday, July 5, 1995.

"Bill, Don't Count on New York in '96, " New York Newsday, June 28, 1995.

"The Board of Ed Is an Orphanage for Eunuchs," New York Newsday, June 21, 1995.

"Forget LaGuardia - Build a Train to JFK," New York Newsday, June 14, 1995.

"Rudy in Albany: Alone Again, Naturally," New York Newsday, June 7, 1995.

"Ray Cortines Must Be Doing Something Right," New York Newsday, May 31, 1995.

"Rate This Commercial Strictly Pre-K," New York Newsday, May 24, 1995.

"Caps and Gowns: A Growth Industry?" New York Newsday, May 17, 1995.

"Rudy Does the City Council's Dirty Work," New York Newsday, May 10, 1995.

"Will the Empowerment Zone Work? No, Change it to Create Jobs," New York Daily News, May 10, 1995.

"Let's Gut Rudy's Fulton Fish Market Plan," New York Newsday, April 26, 1995.

"Can Pataki Develop Carey's Eye for Talent?" New York Newsday, April 19, 1995.

"Empty Promises for Harlem," The New York Times, April 15, 1995.

"It's Amateur Hour in the Big Apple," New York Newsday, April 12, 1995.

"New York Should Be a Slave to Fashion," New York Newsday, April 5, 1995.

"Harry and Louise Kick Butt in Albany," New York Newsday, March 29, 1995.

"Fifth Avenue: Flea Market to the World," New York Newsday, March 15, 1995.

"Outrage: A New Kind of Ecumenicism," New York Newsday, March 8, 1995.

"There's a Silver Lining in the Transit Cuts," New York Newsday, March 1, 1995.

"For Pols, Its Springtime for Hitler," New York Newsday, February 22, 1995.

"Looking for Fees in All the Right Places," New York Newsday, February 15, 1995.

"The Port Authority: More than an ATM," New York Newsday, February 8, 1995.

"O.J. and the Multicultural Meritocracy," New York Newsday, February 1, 1995.

"David Dinkins Is England's Cup of Tea," New York Newsday, January 25, 1995.

"How Koch Scotched Lower Manhattan," New York Newsday, January 18, 1995.

"Newt to Poor: Let Them Eat Laptops," New York Newsday, January 11, 1995.

"The Electric Chair as Revenue Enhancer," New York Newsday, January 4, 1995.

1995


"Rudy's Tough Love for New York," New York Newsday, December 21, 1994.

"Will Orange County Get a Big MAC?" New York Newsday, December 14, 1994.

Mitchell L. Moss Page 13 "Call Him Al, But Will He Reverse the Charges?" New York Newsday, December 7, 1994.

"The Council Kicks Rudy When He's Down," New York Newsday, November 30, 1994.

"1997: Democrats Can Dream, Can't They," New York Newsday, November 23, 1994.

"Blacks: A Minority Within a Minority," New York Newsday, November 16, 1994.

"How Pataki Can Make Giuliani's Life Miserable," New York Newsday, November 10, 1994.

"Peekskill Could Fit in the Smith Haven Mall," New York Newsday, November 2, 1994.

"Rudy, Say Hello to John Purroy Mitchell," New York Newsday, October 26, 1994.

"Is Bill Clinton Afraid of Charles Millard?" New York Newsday, October 19, 1994.

"Can't See the Tower for the Trees," New York Newsday, October 5, 1994.

"Rudy Saw the Holes in Swiss Bank's Cheese," New York Newsday, September 28, 1994.

"Put Porn Where It Belongs - at Home," New York Newsday, September 20, 1994.

"Is Pataki Keeping Rudy Up at Night?" New York Newsday, September 14, 1994.

"Republicans: Our Great Social Spenders," New York Newsday, August 29, 1994.

"The Information Highway's Cold Shoulder," New York Newsday, August 15, 1994.

"Why Sen. Moynihan is a Rare Breed," New York Newsday, August 2, 1994.

"Breaking Bread in Long Island City," New York Newsday, June 27, 1994.

"Will New York Say Bonn Voyage to the UN?" New York Newsday, July 18, 1994.

"The Dumbing Down of New York City," New York Newsday, June 13, 1994.

"Straight Talk About the City Economy," New York Newsday, May 16, 1994.

"First, the Yankees Owe Us a Pennant," New York Newsday, May 2, 1994.

"Mayoralty 101: A School of Hard Knocks," New York Newsday, April 18, 1994.

"The Streets Won't Be Safe If They're Empty," New York Newsday, April 4, 1994.

"For Politicians in a Misleading Role...," New York Newsday, March 21, 1994.

"Empower Both Sides of the Harlem River," New York Newsday, March 7, 1994.

"Rudy : Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow," New York Newsday, February 21, 1994.

"Rudy Scarcely Lays a Glove on Government," New York Newsday, February 7, 1994.

"The Vanishing Jew," The Forward, February 1994.

"Highway Robbery on Chambers Street?" New York Newsday, January 25, 1994.

"Democracy Shivers New York's Timbers," New York Newsday, January 11, 1994. 

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