Regular bus riders on the 34th Street corridor will attest to the fact that this is one of the busiest, slowest lines. But now the MTA hopes some relief has arrived.
A safety redesign has added the equivalent of 1.5 acres of new pedestrian space to Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza.
The system combines sounds, voice, and tactile sensation and was unveiled Wednesday by Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan.
With the bike share program, DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan the city is reinventing the wheel by providing an affordable and 24-hour accessible transportation alternative.
It was a rare mea culpa from the New York City Department of Transportation. On Tuesday it began jack-hammering traffic islands in Borough Park that blocked ambulances, fire trucks and other emergency vehicles.
A judge has thrown out a lawsuit that called for the removal of the Prospect Park West bike lanes, saying the statute of limitations had expired for a legal challenge to the lane.
The Department of Transportation is looking for a contractor to set up new sidewalk signs around key neighborhoods providing directions and walking times to nearby landmarks, transit stops, restaurants and businesses.
The Borough Park traffic islands that CBS 2 first told you about six months ago, the ones that caused such chaos, are apparently going to be removed.
Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan announced Monday that the agency started using 12 new electric screeds that will reduce fuel costs and carbon emissions.
Since January, the DOT has filled about 85,000 potholes – about 30,000 more than the same period last year.
The Brooklyn Borough President reacted angrily after a study by a neighborhood group found a huge discrepancy with the DOT on the use of bike lanes in Prospect Park West.
It’s a holiday card with a message.
For the first time this holiday season, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz is sending out Christmas cards with a message. It’s a message Mayor Michael Bloomberg might not like.
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.
The Department of Transportation announced the new initiative on Thursday and said that the efforts will create safer New York streets.