Matthew W. Daus, Esq. was named to City & State’s Transportation Power 100 for the second year in a row – a prominent list that features some of the most important figures navigating New York’s complex and complicated transportation ecosystem. These include the builders behind new airport terminals, revamped train stations and reconfigured roadways, the activists and advocates speaking out on behalf of cyclists, pedestrians and people with disabilities, and the experts and officials reshaping transit and transportation policies for the next generation.
“I am pleased and honored to once again join many friends, clients and colleagues, as part of this influential group of transportation officials, thought leaders, mobility innovators and advocacy groups,” noted Daus, who is Chair of the Transportation Practice Group at the Windels Marx law firm.
Daus, who says he has been “encouraged by the rise of medallion values for the first time since 2014,” added that he had to “pinch (him)self when he heard Uber would partner with the industry and allow Uber riders to request taxicabs through their app.” He also gave his imprimatur to New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ selection of David Do as commissioner of the city’s Taxi & Limousine Commission.
Source: Windels Marx