Department of Transportation
Crossing Delancey and Pitt streets in the Lower East Side just got safer.
There are 73 red light cameras in New Jersey and come next month, none of them will be used.
Police said the Rainbow Quest vessel was cruising the East River when its light tower struck the bridge at around 11 p.m. Friday
The new default speed limit, which goes into effect Friday, will apply to all streets where no other limit is posted.
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.
Flushing Commons will eventually bring open space, housing and retail to downtown Flushing, but right now, construction is creating a problem for pedestrians and drivers alike.
Another serious car accident at a dangerous Bronx intersection has residents demanding action.
One town manager in Connecticut complaining about the local road project program said waiting for the OK from the state of the feds is the problem.
New York City is using cameras to catch speeding drivers now more than ever. They’re supposed to help keep pedestrians safe, but some drivers say the city is motivated by something entirely different.
When the exit opened in mid-August there were no street markings, leaving drivers confused. The Expressway, Ocean Terrace, and Witteman Place all funnel onto Milford Drive.
When it comes to the condition of state roads, a new study ranks New Jersey as one of the lowest in the nation.
New Jersey is almost out of money to pay for its roads, so at a hearing next week, lawmakers will look into merging three big agencies.
Gov. Chris Christie’s administration and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are launching a study of the effectiveness of new methods to protect coastal towns from storms.
Some bizarre signs have been posted on lamp posts around New York City — but just as quickly as they were put up, someone stole most of them.
As a foreign correspondent for Newsweek, Richard Chesnoff survived wars and riots. Yet he said it was a brush with a New York City sidewalk that left him wounded — 23 stitches in the ankle and a bruise on his leg.