- RIT, Markin Tubing team up on project
Rochester Institute of Technology’s Center of Excellence in Advanced & Sustainable Manufacturing is teaming up with Wyoming County-based Markin Tubing, a dba of Markin Tubing Disc Corp., to better service the automotive industry, officials said.
- Area taxi drivers argue against ridesharing
Rochester-area taxi drivers spoke out against ridesharing deregulation Friday, two weeks after the state Senate passed legislation allowing ride-hailing services to operate in Upstate New York.
- New-car sales jump in January
New-car sales in Monroe County were brisk last month, topping year-ago sales by more than 8 percent, Rochester Automobile Dealers’ Association Inc. reported.
- Rochester drivers don't overspend, report shows
Rochester drivers are pretty good at taking advantage of low interest rates, and appear to know how to balance the amount of their car loans with their income.
- Upstate New York deserves ridesharing too
Rochester is a vibrant and growing community worthy of ridesharing.
- G&W Inc. exceeds fourth quarter estimates
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. on Wednesday reported fourth quarter earnings and income that beat Street estimates.
- Monro sales, earnings beat Street in Q3
Monro Muffler Brake Inc. reported record third-quarter sales and earnings on Wednesday, beating Street estimates.
- Report: Inner Loop among nation's worst urban highways
Rochester’s Inner Loop is one of America’s worst urban highways, according to a new report from the Congress for the New Urbanism. Freeways in Syracuse and Buffalo also were cited.
- Car sales were hot in ’16
- Chamber outlines top areas for action in 2017
- New ideas fuel Chili firm’s road to growth
- Bike-share program seeks community support
A new mode of public transportation could be available here this spring, as Reconnect Rochester works with the city of Rochester and Zagster Inc. to bring bike-sharing to downtown.
- Gas prices climbed in Rochester over the weekend
Rochester partygoers paid more at the gas pump last weekend than they did New Year’s Eve a year ago.
- 'Suspicious condition' probed at airport; roads now re-opened
All roadways at the Greater Rochester International Airport have been reopened, county officials said Thursday afternoon. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office has concluded its investigation of a suspicious condition.
- Rochester drivers 149th for safety on wet roads
Rochester ranks 149th out of the 200 largest cities for collision frequency during precipitation, according to a report issued by Allstate Insurance Co.
- Will airlines ever stop charging new fees?
Yet another perk that air travelers have routinely taken for granted may soon disappear.
- RTS renames limited stop service
Regional Transit Service is changing some of its routes and renaming its limited-stop service to better serve passengers.
- Agreement on ridesharing legislation may be close
Lawmakers in Albany may be getting close to reaching an agreement on ridesharing services in Upstate New York.
- Vanpool program for del Lago employees set
Del Lago Resort & Casino in Tyre, Seneca County, is partnering with the city of Rochester and vRide Inc. to offer a vanpool program to employees who need rides for work to and from the soon-to-open venue.
- City Council votes to end use of red light cameras
Rochester City Council voted 6-3 on Tuesday to end the use of red light cameras that ticket drivers by mail for infractions at city intersections, including running red lights.