Concrete Conundrum: Mysterious Giant Barriers Appear On NYC Street, Blocking Parking SpotsBewildered residents say no less than six enormous concrete barriers just appeared on their street in early February.
NYC Admits To Defrauding FEMA After Superstorm Sandy, Must Pay Back $5.3 Million For Fake ClaimsThe DOT claims they're fully cooperating with the fraud investigation however, reports from the U.S. Attorney's Office show the agency knew about the phony claims for years before they acted to correct it.
Drivers, Cyclists Say Incomplete Bike Lane In Brooklyn Is Turning Into Safety HazardFor some time a protected bike lane project in Brooklyn has been delayed by nearby MTA tunnel repairs. But now, Bay Ridge residents say the wait is endangering cyclists and drivers.
Christmas Tree Pickup In The City To Begin WednesdayNow that the holidays are officially over, it's time to get rid of that Christmas tree.
DOT Catching Grief For Wider Bike Lane On Skillman AvenueThere is controversy over wider bike lanes installed in a Queens neighborhood. Some say it's creating calm for cyclists, while others say it's creating chaos.
NYC Pilot Program Allows Vehicles To 'Talk' To Each OtherNew technology that allows vehicles to talk to each other is being tested in the Big Apple. They're called "connected vehicles."
DOT Changes Traffic Direction On West 60th Street In Manhattan, But Drivers Are Left Totally ConfusedYou may have noticed that some traffic patterns on the West Side of Manhattan near Lincoln Center have changed. But it seems no one got the memo.
NYC Drivers Say Miles Of New Bike Lanes Leading To Traffic HeadachesIf you ask drivers, many will tell you it's become chaos in New York city because of miles and miles of bike lanes popping up in recent years.
A Benefit Or Big Brother? NYC Unveils Pilot Program To Track Driving HabitsIt's a new city pilot program to track how you drive, when you drive, how fast your drive and how much gas you use.
Anti-Distraction Apps Work To Keep Pedestrians AlertNew anti-distraction apps are taking safety up a notch and keeping pedestrians alert when out on busy streets.
Staten Island Councilman Eager To Buy You More Time At The Muni-MeterCity parking meters already offer a five-minute grace period. But now a city councilman wants to ease the mad dash for the meter at the end of the day by rounding up, in some cases, your final parking payment.