DOT Proposes Installing Protected Bike Lanes In Midtown, ManhattanAfter an increase in cyclist deaths in New York City, the Department of Transportation wants to put protected bike lanes in Midtown.
New Queens Bike Lane Poses Danger To Drivers, Some SaySome residents in Douglaston, Queens, say a new bike lane is an accident waiting to happen.
NYC Transportation Department Attempting To Tackle Problematic Roadways With 'Pothole Blitz'Navigating around the plethora of potholes in New York City can make the concrete jungle feel like an actual jungle, at times.
City Officials Promote Traffic Safety On Staten IslandTraffic fatalities citywide are down 12 percent this year, but on Staten Island, they've doubled.
Queens Drivers Frustrated As They Wait On Long Line For Parking Permits -- Every MonthMore than 100 people spent hours waiting on line Wednesday morning, for a special permit in a multi-level parking garage in Queens.
NYCLU: E-ZPass Readers Gathering Info Far Away From Toll PlazasThe group made maps public pinpointing 149 locations in the five boroughs where E-ZPass is used for traffic management.
NYC Officials To Drivers: Give Pothole Repair Crews A BrakeDepartment of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg said the city has filled nearly 200,000 potholes since December. Last year, crews repaired about 500,000 craters.
Sanitation Department: Unkempt Sidewalks Worst In The BronxThe Sanitation Department said the borough has the most snow-removal violations for its size.
50 NYC Crews Hit Streets To Tackle PotholesThe city Department of Transportation is hitting all five boroughs as workers try to repair as many potholes as they can.
Seesaw Temperatures Likely To Pave The Way For More PotholesWith temperatures expected to climb into the 40s this weekend before a return to the teens and single digits, the stage is set for the freeze and thaw that often leave roads as lumpy as chowder.
Sidewalk Repair War Brewing Between Harlem Residents, City DOTWhat would you do if the city issued you a violation for something you believe was the city's fault?
Assemblyman: City Reprogramming Muni-Meters To Accept Advance PaymentsAssemblyman Dov Hikind said the city's Department of Transportation has agreed to reprogram every muni-meter in the city over the coming months to accept payments an hour before they go into service.