New E-Scooter Sharing Pilot Program Launched In East BronxA new mode of transportation is rolling out, with 3,000 e-scooters up for grabs.
Enthusiastic Families Flock To The City As 'Summer Streets' Event Returns After COVID-19 HiatusSummer Streets returned to Manhattan this year. The event was canceled last year because of the pandemic.
Family Of CBS2 Reporter Nina Kapur Takes Legal Action Against Driver, Revel And New York City For Fatal Moped AccidentNina's uncle spoke with CBS2 on behalf of her parents. They are still too emotionally broken to express their pain, but are sending a powerful message through the legal system.
NYC DOT Asks New Yorkers To Weigh In On Future Citi Bike Station Locations In Brooklyn, QueensIt's part of a larger expansion in all five boroughs, which aims to have 40,000 bikes available for rental by 2023.
Lawmakers Scoff At DOT Proposal That Would Turn Some Brooklyn Streets Into Truck RoutesA plan to relieve truck congestion in one Brooklyn corridor has some telling the Department of Transportation to go back to the drawing board.
NYC To Lower Speed Limit On 10 Major Roadways To 25 MPHThe city is pumping the brakes on drivers. Mayor Bill de Blasio will lower the speed limit on 45 miles of streets.
181st Street Busway Launches In Washington HeightsThe DOT says 181st Street is one of the busiest and most congested corridors in Manhattan.
Mayor De Blasio Appoints Margaret Forgione Acting Department Of Transportation CommissionerForgione has 26 years of experience in the department and is the DOT's current chief operations officer.
Polly Trottenberg, NYC's Department Of Transportation Commissioner And Champion Of 'Vision Zero,' ResignsIt's the end of the road for Mayor Bill de Blasio's transportation commissioner. Polly Trottenberg is quitting, perhaps to take a job with President-elect Joe Biden.
Revel Moped Representatives To Meet With NYC DOT Over Safety ConcernsRevel mopeds returned to New York City streets last month after they were pulled following three fatalities, including the death of CBS2 reporter Nina Kapur.
Mayor De Blasio Says 14th Street Busway Here To Stay, More Coming SoonBack in October, the busy cross-town street was closed to commuters from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. to improve up bus service in the area.
Coronavirus Update: NYC Scraps Social Distancing Streets, Says Space Was Underutilized, NYPD Needed ElsewhereOfficials say not enough people took advantage of the program to justify the police manpower.
Mayor De Blasio Signs Bill Aimed At Cracking Down On Repeat Reckless DriversThe bill would create a pilot program with the mission to crack down on dangerous drivers who rack up camera violations.
DOT: All NYC Parking Meters Fixed After New Year's Software GlitchA software failure caused meters to reject credit card payments late last week.
DOT: Crews Have Fixed Two-Thirds Of NYC's Parking Meters After Software GlitchThe problem was a New Year's software glitch that prevented drivers from paying meters with credit cards.