New safety pedestrian improvements are coming to a dangerous intersection near Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Ninty-one new stations will be installed in early August, followed by an additional 48 stations on the Upper East and Upper West Sides.
According to Department of Transportation officials, the project will include about half of the entire surface of the FDR from the Battery up to the Robert F. Kennedy Triborough Bridge.
A resident quarreled with Mayor Bill de Blasio after an event on Staten Island Thursday, accusing the mayor of mounting speed cameras to bring in revenue.
Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg said the city has filled nearly 200,000 potholes since December. Last year, crews repaired about 500,000 craters.
Polly Trottenberg, commissioner of the city’s Department of Transportation, said efforts will focus on Sunnyside, Jackson Heights, Flushing, Jamaica and Elmhurst.
The advocacy group Families for Safe Streets estimates every 35 hours someone is killed in traffic in New York City.
Potholes have become just another part of the daily grind fro New Yorkers. So much so that a national study found more than 50 percent of New York’s roads are in poor condition.
Crossing Delancey and Pitt streets in the Lower East Side just got safer.
Crews were out Friday putting up new signs to replace those showing higher speed limits.
The new default speed limit, which goes into effect Friday, will apply to all streets where no other limit is posted.
Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx said it’s the last big chunk of Sandy funds the federal Transportation Department has to dole out.
Jill Tarlov was struck last Thursday on West Drive at 62nd Street at a traffic light-enforced crosswalk and suffered head trauma.
Mike Wittman, a senior vice president of finance at CBS, announced the death of his wife, Jill Tarlov, in an emailed statement Monday morning.
New York City is installing more speed cameras near schools as part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Vision Zero plan.