The City Council discussed a bill Monday that will allow drivers to return to parking spaces as soon as street sweepers pass through.
As the old saying goes, if it’s too good to be true, it probably is. One Rangers fan is finding that out the hard way.
Despite being placed in the South Region, Syracuse will open up at the First Niagara Center (formerly HSBC Arena) in Buffalo, N.Y.—the draw closest to campus that they could have possibly gotten.
Spring training is in full swing. So get ready for opening day with the E.S.P. Spring Training Guide, full of the tools, trappings and tickets you need to keep your hitting streak going straight until fall.
Some Park Slope, Brooklyn drivers were surprised by a dramatic uptick in tickets issued by the NYPD for failure to yield to pedestrians.
The NYPD has begun a crackdown on double parking citywide, and will be distributing fliers to remind drivers.
The duo allegedly whipped up bogus Super Bowl tickets, parking passes for MetLife stadium, tickets to the NFL Commissioner’s party at the Waldorf Astoria hotel and another party at Radio City Music Hall.
The NYPD on Monday was investigating how an 84-year-old Chinese immigrant, who speaks no English, suffered serious head injuries while getting a jaywalking ticket on the Upper West Side.
The NYPD has mounted a major crackdown on jaywalking and motor vehicle violations at a dangerous intersection on the Upper West Side.
Motorists driving through Suffolk County are advised to beware, as the new county traffic agency has begun charging fees on all tickets – even those it dismisses as “not guilty.”
Long Island Rail Road vending machines are a quick and easy way for thousands of riders to get tickets. However, investigators fear that some passengers may have been taken for a ride before even getting on a train.
The NYPD wrote more than 700 tickets across the city this past weekend during a speed enforcement crackdown in all five boroughs.
The Mets insist there was no funny business going on when they raised prices for players’ family members ahead of the Subway Series.
Hundreds of people had their warrants and summons dismissed in Brooklyn Saturday, during a Safe Surrender event.
A federal judge this week threw out a New York City transit system rule that allowed police officers to demand identification documents from anyone riding the subway.