Two men were struck and killed by vehicles in separate accidents in Manhattan and the Bronx Sunday morning.
The risks that New Yorkers take on the roads are getting worse every day, and some say that the hazardous conditions can be blamed on the economy.
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
In the wake of a report indicating that accidents had actually increased at two New Jersey intersections with red light cameras, the mayor of South Plainfield has said it is time for the cameras to go.
Drivers in New Jersey have been left stunned, after state Appeals Court judges found that when a driver is texting and causes an accident, the recipient of the texts can also be held liable for negligence.
Two pedestrians were killed, and three others were injured, in four separate accidents this weekend in three boroughs of New York City.
Balding tires are a risk you might not think about. But new technology can make sure you know when it’s time for worn tires to be changed.
Thousands of pedestrians and cyclists are killed or injured by automobiles in New York City each and every year, but drivers rarely if ever face serious consequences.
Pedestrians hit by speeding cars, vehicles crashing – many have said it is like the Wild West on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope, one of the most dangerous streets in Brooklyn.
Another person was struck and killed on a subway train Friday night, bringing the total number of subway accidents up to five for just this week.
A 900-foot fence is set to be constructed in the middle of the busy Hempstead Turnpike, where crossing the busy roadway has put many people in danger.
Police in Nassau and Suffolk counties have arrested nearly three-dozen people on drunk driving charges during the first part of Memorial Day Weekend.
One of these days someone is going to make a video game about dodging delivery guys in New York City.
The company involved in last week’s bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike apparently has been under federal scrutiny.
A major winter storm dumped more than a foot of snow on much of Connecticut on Wednesday, shutting down schools and businesses and slowing travel to a crawl.