Councilman Dan Garodnick
A City Council member said New York City’s transportation infrastructure is in serious need of modernization, at a joint hearing of the council Transportation and Economic Development committees Monday.
The NYPD’s Hate Crime Task Force is investigating an alleged attack on a Jewish couple on the Upper East Side.
Drivers beware! Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision to slash the city’s road repair budget nearly in half could lead to much bigger problems than flat tires and bent axles.
“In this day and age, cybercriminals can easily attack an individual from thousands of miles away if necessary precautions aren’t taken,” Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said.
Councilman Dan Garodnick claims his office has been inundated with calls from residents complaining that skateboarders threatening the safety of families, children and tourists.
If you have been confused by parking signs, stacked on top of each other, giving conflicting direction, you’re not alone. Councilman Dan Garodnick understands your dilemma.
When you think of food in the Big Apple, the hot dog is about as “New York” as it gets. But those street-side vendor carts are in transition.
Councilman Dan Garodnick is spearheading a campaign to stop phony parking permits, calling it a matter of safety, congestion and fairness.