Long Island Expressway Crash Leaves 2 Dead In Old WestburyThe damaged cars involved were cleared from roadway early Tuesday morning following the accident, which happened around 11 p.m. Monday between exits 39 and 40.
Survey: L Train Riders Prefer Complete Shutdown For Superstorm Sandy RepairsOf the 350 riders surveyed by the Riders Alliance, 77 percent said they prefer the shorter, complete closure over the longer three-year partial shutdown that would drastically reduce service.
NJ Lawmakers Address Security Delays At Newark AirportU.S. Sens. Bob Menendez and Cory Booker and fellow Democratic Congressmen Albio Sires and Donald Payn will be joined by Transportation Security Administration officials at the airport on Monday.
State Lawmakers Hold Hearing On NYC's 5-Cent Plastic Bag FeeState lawmakers held a hearing Friday to examine whether New York City's plan to impose a fee on plastic bags will be a burden on consumers.
Regular Metro-North Service Resumes After Fire Under Tracks In East HarlemCrews have installed temporary support columns to reopen all tracks on the Park Avenue Viaduct. Metro-North said customers should still anticipate some residual delays due to speed restrictions through the area.
Police Believe Lindenhurst Armed Robbery May Be Linked To Long Island Crime SpreeInvestigators believe the knife-wielding suspect, who has alluded police on Long Island for months, held up a Subway shop on Sunrise Highway Wednesday night.
MTA To Run Trains On 'Enhanced Saturday' Schedule For Thursday Following East Harlem FireMetro-North said it is running a Saturday schedule Wednesday with trains running with reduced speeds on only two of the four tracks. It said customers should expect crowded conditions and delays.
Bridgegate Co-Conspirators List Release Delayed AgainA ruling from the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia Thursday calls for a June 6 hearing to decide whether to release the list.
NYPD Cracking Down On Motorists Who Drive, Park In Bike LanesThe NYPD is launching a new traffic initiative aimed at protecting cyclists.
Pastor Praying For Return Of Religious Painting Stolen From Manhattan ChurchIt happened around 12:30 p.m. back on Sunday, May 8 at Saint Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church on Wadsworth Avenue.
Judge Delays Release Of Co-Conspirators List In Bridgegate CaseSomeone included in a list set to be released of people who were involved in the 2013 lane closures in New Jersey near the George Washington Bridge is going to court anonymously to try to stop it.
City Moves Forward With Plan To Add Bike Lane To Queens BoulevardMayor Bill de Blasio plans to add a protected bike lane on Queens Boulevard despite opposition from residents.

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