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.
Thousands Of Parking Meters Throughout NYC Not Accepting Credit Cards Due To Software GlitchThe New Year brought new parking headaches for drivers in New York City.
Point Of View: DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg On Pedestrian And Bike SafetyThe commissioner is trying to steer the city clear of traffic deaths and revolutionize the way people get around.
Bus-Boarding Platforms Being Installed Along 14th Street To Speed Up Service, Clear SidewalksThe idea is to create a dedicated space for customers to wait for and board buses, making it faster, more convenient and safer to get from the sidewalk to the bus.
DOT Worker Dies After Being Struck By Dump Truck On Upper East SidePolice say the 44-year-old man was part of a paving crew on the Upper East Side. He was hit by a DOT truck around 1 a.m. on East 88th Street between York and East End avenues.
New Speed Limit In Effect Along West Side HighwayA big reason for the change is the number of traffic deaths in the area, especially over the last few years.
NYC DOT Plans To Remove 100 Parking Spots To Make Room For Charging StationsMore parking spots are disappearing across New York City. The goal is to encourage electric car ownership and meet environmental protection standards.
NYC DOT: Citi Bike Is Faster Than Taxi To Get Through Midtown TrafficA report by the city's transportation department found Citi Bike riders travel about 30% faster than people in taxis.
NYC Makes 11th Avenue One Way With No Warning, Then Tickets Drivers For Not KnowingCBS2’s Lisa Rozner questioned officers on why they were handing out pricey tickets for a policy that was literally minutes old and gave drivers no warning.
Officials Celebrate Times Square Pedestrian Plaza Anniversary While New Yorkers Complain About 'Sea Of People'Tuesday marks the 10-year anniversary of the Broadway pedestrian plaza in Times Square.