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.
Pothole Patrol: Tri-State Area Is A Mess, But You Can Help YourselfIt's pothole season and there are a lot of roads that make you cringe while driving. On Tuesday some of the more troubling spots in the Tri-State Area were examined.
De Blasio Announces Five More Appointments To AdministrationOn the eve of his swearing-in, New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio announced five more high-level administration appointments.
Queens Residents Gather To Put A 'STOP' To Speeding Cars In WoodsideThere were calls for help Friday in Queens as residents asked the city to help put the brakes on speeding cars on a busy stretch in Woodside.
Coffee Vendor Takes On NYC Over Disputed Cart Location -- And WinsA Brooklyn coffee vendor will be able to keep the same spot he's manned for 16 years, all because CBS 2 shined the spotlight on an apparently arbitrary decision by the city Department of Transportation.