Feds Press Albany To Remove Road Signs That Cost Taxpayers $8.1-MillionFederal highway officials still want the 'I Love New York' promotional signs removed, maintaining that they continue to be a safety issue.
Tow Truck Drivers Gather In Mamoroneck To Pay Tribute To Colleague Killed In Hit-And-RunIn a tender show of support from people who do a tough job, hundreds of tow truck operators paid tribute Tuesday, to a colleague who was killed by a hit-and-run driver.
'I Love New York' Signs Put Federal Highway Funding In JeopardyThe signs were deemed unsafe and violated federal and state laws, because they distracted drivers, were filled with too much information and were considered advertisements, a federal spokesperson told CBS2.
Oyster Bay Residents Put The Brakes On Designation As Major Truck RouteThere was a victory Thursday, for a community doing battle against extra-long trucks.
Connecticut To Conduct Study On Electronic TollsThe Federal Highway Administration has approved a study of an electronic toll system in Connecticut.
Blumenthal Demands Answers From Feds About Controversial GuardrailsEarlier this week, a jury found Trinity Highway Products, the company that makes the guardrails, defrauded and misled government officials about its product.
Officials Announce New Safety Efforts For Hempstead TurnpikeHempstead Turnpike on Long Island has been listed as the most dangerous roadway in the Tr-State Area and on Monday, federal, state and local officials announced a new push for safety..
Mass Transit Cut From New Tappan Zee Bridge, Lowering Cost To $5.2 BillionThe cost of a new Tappan Zee Bridge has been shaved to $5.2 billion by focusing solely on the bridge, a federal agency said Tuesday. That means no mass transit - rail or dedicated bus lanes - at this point.
NYC Might Not Go Ahead With Sign ChangesThe Federal Highway Administration had been requiring all cities to change their street signs to a mix of upper and lower case letters so they'd be easier to read.
Feds Force NYC To Replace All Street SignsIs it a safety issue, or just plain stupid? The federal government is requiring New York City to change the lettering on all of its street signs.