This weekend, tighter controls were in effect after locals met earlier in the week to tell officials they’d had enough.
Following the Metro-North Railroad crash that killed six people in Valhalla, Metropolitan Transportation Authority police have begun issuing summonses at six times last year’s rate.
The various traffic violations made by his caravan last Thursday came just two days after de Blasio unveiled his “Vision Zero” pedestrian safety plan, which involves lowering the speed limit and more rigorous enforcement of traffic laws.
Police Commissioner William Bratton defended Mayor Bill de Blasio’s security detail, which is operated by police, saying the officers did “what they’re trained to do.”
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.”
The New York City Council on Wednesday approved a package of bills that will reduce the fines restaurant owners pay for minor health infractions.
Data from Metro-North revealed that some engineers are running the red lights at which they are supposed to be stopping.
New York City health inspectors have slapped the new Calvin Klein Courtside Club at the Barclays Center with a preliminary violation, in part because the club had no toilet paper.
The Upper West Side restaurant operated by Lady Gaga’s family has been slammed with six critical violations by the New York City Department of Health.
Mobile food carts are just like restaurants in many ways. Both serve food and both are inspected by the Health Department. However, unlike restaurants, vendors don’t get a report card to display on their carts.
With a brief statement, Congressman Charles Rangel wrapped up his bad day, but the rough ride is just getting started.