Queens Judge Rules 'Vision Zero' Law UnconstitutionalThe law makes it a misdemeanor to hit a pedestrian or cyclist who has the right of way, but Queens Judge Gia Morris ruled it violates the right to due process .
Cycling Advocates Say Drivers Are Using Bike Lanes And The Consequences Could Be DeadlyPeter Steely White, with Transportation Alternatives said it's almost become an acceptable practice for drivers to use bike lanes with too few consequences.
CBS2 Gets Results: Traffic Safety Sign Moved After Obstructing Eleventh Avenue TrafficA sign intended to keep city streets safe seemed to have the opposite effect on the West Side of Manhattan Thursday.
NYPD Officer Caught On Video Saying 'De Blasio Wants Us To Give Out Summonses'The PBA is defending an NYPD officer who was caught on video telling a driver that Mayor Bill de Blasio wants cops to give out summonses.
New Bill Would Give Pedestrians Right Of Way When Crossing Light Is FlashingA new bill would give pedestrians the right of way, even when the crossing light is flashing.
CBS2 Exclusive: Video Shows Midwood Girl’s Run-In With Wrong-Way Moped DriverA 9-year-old girl was struck by a restaurant delivery man on a moped, going the wrong way on a one way street.
Report: NYC Collected $1.9B In Fines, Fees Through 2015Parking violations took up the largest share of the total, bringing in a $565 million of the $957 million in fines collected by the city in the 2015 fiscal year.
De Blasio Defends Bratton After 'Vision Zero' CommentsBill de Blasio is defending his police commissioner's comments regarding the mayor's plan to reduce traffic-related deaths in New York City.
‘Vision Zero’ Traffic Changes Have Drivers Grumbling On The Upper West SideIt's part of Mayor Bill de Blasio's 'Vision Zero' plan to make the streets safer for pedestrians, but it has many asking 'whose bright idea was this?'
De Blasio: Under Vision Zero, 2015 Safest Year Ever On NYC StreetsMayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that under the city's Vision Zero program, 2015 was officially the safest year ever on New York City streets since record keeping began in 1910.
NYPD Increases Holiday Pedestrian Safety Patrols Near Senior CentersThe holiday initiative began on Monday, Dec. 14 and will run through Dec. 20, the NYPD said.
Marchers Raise Awareness For Traffic Collision Victims On World Remembrance DayParticipants marched to the United Nations from City Hall Park Sunday in effort to remember those who were injured or killed in traffic collisions in honor of World Remembrance Day.