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Downtown Connection Bus Has New Look And More COVID Protections

The Downtown Alliance’s free Downtown Connection bus is still operating every day and, starting October 1, the Connection is deploying a new fleet...

Free MTA Bus Rides Are Ending. Here Are Other Free And Low-Cost Alternatives.

You’ll have to start paying for MTA bus rides again starting August 31, the agency announced this week. To protect drivers during the pandemic, the...

‘They Appreciate Us’: Downtown Bus Driver On Giving Lifts To People Who Need Them Most

For the past six months, Carlisle Gibson has commuted from his home in Pennsylvania to his job driving the Downtown Alliance’s Downtown Connection...

Our Downtown Connection Bus Is Still Running And It’s Still Free

Everyone knows that the best thing to do right now (for yourself, your family, your neighbors and even New Yorkers you don't know) is to stay home....

You Know There’s A Free Downtown Bus, Right?

It's a truth universally acknowledged that New York is one incredibly pricey place to live. Sometimes it feels like there's a $20 fee just to leave...

Another Successful Mulchfest

On Saturday, the Downtown Alliance held its fifth annual MulchFest event in Bowling Green Park, and close to 320 trees were collected!Our Alliance...

Downtown Alliance Hosts MulchFest and Electronic Waste Recycling Event on Saturday, January 12th

The Alliance for Downtown New York will host a MulchFest and Electronic Waste Recycling Event to help New Yorkers avoid a post-holiday headache by...

There’s a new power breakfast player in Lower Manhattan

Earlier this week, several colleagues and I visited Atrio Wine Bar / Restaurant for our Monday morning meeting. Atrio is set on the second floor of...

Memorial Day Deals and Events in Lower Manhattan

Sticking around this holiday weekend? Check out these Memorial Day deals and happenings south of Chambers Street.Governors Island Alliance Family...

Lower Manhattan’s Museum ‘Smile’

By Liz BergerUptown may have Museum Mile, but Lower Manhattan has a veritable Museum “Smile,” an s-curve of history, art and design institutions...