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.
Chinatown Business Owners Relieved To See Park Row Re-OpeningOn Friday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a project to enhance pedestrian and cyclist access to Park Row in Lower Manhattan.
The Breaking Point: Teeming StreetsIt’s not in your head. New York City congestion is reaching ‘crisis levels,' and the average vehicle speed in Lower Manhattan is down 15 percent since 2010.
City Eyes New, Expanded Bike Lanes Following Cyclist Safety StudyA new safety study has the city mulling additional bike lanes around the Big Apple.
Keep The Change: ParkNYC App Lets Drivers Pay Citywide Parking Meters With Their PhonesWho needs change to feed the meter when there’s now a citywide app for that?
Demanding Answers: Forest Hills Residents Say It's Taken Weeks To Get Roads Re-PavedWith bumps, pebbles, and sidewalk ledges about two extra inches deep, street milling can wear on your patience and your wheels.
DOT Takes On Drunk Driving With Discounted Weekend Cab RidesOne quarter of all drunk driving fatalities in the city occur between Memorial Day and the Fourth of July.
Dangerous 5-Way Intersection In Brooklyn Gets A Safety MakeoverFive streets meet at the Brooklyn end of the Jackie Robinson Parkway, where officials said collisions have left 373 people hurt in the last five years.
De Blasio: Spring Will Usher In Dozens Of Vision Zero Safety ProjectsMayor Bill de Blasio announced that city would begin work on 'dozens of Vision Zero street redesign and construction safety project' -- it's part of a $1.6-billion safety push.
$1.7 Billion Repair Project Slated For Brooklyn-Queens ExpresswayThe ambitious $1.7 billion undertaking aims to repair a 1.5 mile stretch of the highway's infrastructure, which features 21 concrete and steel bridges towering over city streets.
‘It Robs You Of Your Dignity:’ Advocates For Disabled Sue City Over Defective Curb CutsMonica Bartley is disabled, but tries to live independently, but the dismal condition of curb cuts make it nearly impossible.
CBS2 Demanding Answers: Why Are So Many New York City Streets In Such Poor Condition?CBS2 asked transportation officials on Thursday why a first-class city such as New York has to put up with such third-world streets.