Police said that a man got into a minor crash at Crescent Street and Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn early this morning and then sped off into Queens. That’s where police said that the hit-and-run driver struck a livery cab, flipped over and hit other parked cars.
Starting this weekend, the MTA has stepped up the frequency of L Trains by adding 98 more round trips a week. But it’s not all good news for mass-transit riders. The Lexington Avenue subway line will be hit with major service disruptions this week.
Some of those worried about how late-night drinking will affect their communities say that a cut off time for drinks and smaller servings may be good ideas.
Police are currently looking for a suspect that they believe committed five burglaries throughout Queens, all of which took place between Jan.15 and Feb. 22.
Around 2:45 p.m. Monday, police got an 911 call saying 16-year-old Alicia Arter was forced into a black Infiniti by two men on Atlantic Avenue.
The stray bullet shattered the window of Holly Morrison’s second-floor apartment on Atlantic Avenue.
The “On The Go” travel station is a giant iPad-like touch screen which gives riders real-time information on delays, service changes, construction, and escalator and elevator status.
The robberies date back to August 3, when police said the suspect robbed the McDonald’s at 1883 Atlantic Avenue. The suspect displayed a note and a black object under a bag and demanded money from the register before fleeing the scene with cash.
After two weeks of free rides, East River Ferry officials say their new service from Brooklyn and Queens to Manhattan continues to exceed expectations.
The NYPD was looking for a driver who left the scene after fatally mowing down a pedestrian at a Brooklyn intersection.
A new commuting option is coming for anyone tired of the East River bridges, tunnels, and subways.
Community leaders are proposing that the Department of Transportation experiment with reducing the speed limit to 20 mph in the traffic area bounded by Court Street, 4th Avenue, Pacific and Baltic Street.
NYC Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan joined students from P.S. 261 in Brooklyn to promote the city’s campaign to get drivers to slow down.