Office That Coordinates Lower Manhattan Construction Projects To Shut Down April 30The city is shutting down an office that coordinates construction projects in Lower Manhattan. But in light of recent accidents, some think that's a bad idea.
Seen At 11: Travel Complaints May Be Intentionally Hidden On Airlines' Websites Lost luggage, delays, and cancellations may have some wanting to complain, but are those complaints ever heard?
‘Vision Zero’ Traffic Changes Have Drivers Grumbling On The Upper West SideIt's part of Mayor Bill de Blasio's 'Vision Zero' plan to make the streets safer for pedestrians, but it has many asking 'whose bright idea was this?'
Stop Sign Put Up In Middle Of Street On Carroll Gardens BlockAn odd sign has the residents of on Carroll Gardens block very confused.
Community Board Approves Plan To Build Bike Lanes On Amsterdam AvenueA NYC community board approved a series of street safety proposals, including the addition of bike lanes on Amsterdam Avenue and 6th Avenue.
Oyster Bay Residents Put The Brakes On Designation As Major Truck RouteThere was a victory Thursday, for a community doing battle against extra-long trucks.
More Bike Lanes Could Be Coming To Upper West Side, DOT SaysAccording to the DOT, the bike lane would run northbound on Amsterdam Avenue from West 72nd Street to West 110th Street.
East Side Residents Say Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge Traffic Is Keeping Them AwakeResidents living near the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge have been suffering through long, sleepless nights lately.
Upper West Side Residents: Citi Bike Racks Installed With Little Community InputRacks set up to hold as many as 60 bikes have taken up prime real estate on Riverside Drive, West 82nd Street and West 76th Street -- just to name a few.
Man Files Lawsuit Against Nassau County Over Protest Sign Arrest On LIEIn the lawsuit filed on Wednesday, Daniel Martins argues his First Amendment rights were violated when he was arrested in June 2014.
Legality Question About Motorized Unicycles Causes ConfusionThere are more people, bicycles and cars in New York City than ever before, but one new form of transportation has prompted confusion.
Racist Remark Found Etched In Sidewalk Outside Flushing Apartment BuildingA DOT crew buffed out the sidewalk Tuesday morning, completely removing the vandalism.