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There were calls for help Friday in Queens as residents asked the city to help put the brakes on speeding cars on a busy stretch in Woodside.
A Brooklyn coffee vendor will be able to keep the same spot he’s manned for 16 years, all because CBS 2 shined the spotlight on an apparently arbitrary decision by the city Department of Transportation.
There was a demand Friday from angry residents in Park Slope. They want Mayor Michael Bloomberg to stop focusing on bike lanes and do something about a dangerous intersection.
Nobody likes getting parking ticket. But it’s especially infuriating when the rules are changed right before your eyes.
“It’s an accident waiting to happen.” That was the word from residents along one Brooklyn block on Monday. They’re worried a newly installed speed bump does anything but make them safer.
In the wake of a curb-hopping crash that took the life of a teenager, locals are calling for studies and action on what they say are the dangerous roads around high schools and LaGuardia Community College in Long Island City, Queens.
The New York City Department of Transportation has teamed up with Delivery.com to provide helmets, reflective vests, bells, and lights to 1,500 deliverymen citywide.
Two members of the New York City Council say they are waiting for the city Department of Transportation to obey the law.
The country’s largest bike sharing system will launch in New York City next spring.
New York City officials are asking taxi passengers to look before they open their door because it could save a life.
Earlier this year, we told you about a proposal to light up a pedestrian area under the Brooklyn Queens Expressway. Efforts to make the project a reality continue, but the people behind it need your help to get the job done.
In the Norwood section of the Bronx, some residents and motorists are upset over a change in long-time traffic patterns. It has resulted in a bit of confusion.
If you’re driving around Midtown Manhattan, you may have recently noticed a litttle more go and a little less stop in your ride.
The way major parts of New York City are lit is in the midst of a big change, WCBS 880′s Rich Lamb reported.
There was more fallout Thursday stemming from an incident two days earlier when falling debris landed on a car on the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. As city and state agencies appear to fight over responsibility, the former mayor, himself, weighed in.