On the Staten Island Expressway from Clove Road to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, drivers dodge, weave, slam on the brakes, and struggle to hold their lane.
It’s a holiday card with a message.
Homeowners in Queens say they turned to the city for help and ended up with an expensive headache, as a call to 311 could end up costing them $5,000 or more.
Potholes, tall grass, and garbage on the roads. Those are the top complaints for motorists.
The Staten Island Expressway is getting a much-needed $75 million facelift.
New York City’s Department of Transportation will conduct a 5-month study on the feasibility of bringing back the quaint-looking trolley to the streets of Red Hook.