Mayoral Candidates Take Issue With Apparent Failures Of De Blasio's Vision Zero Initiative, Offer Solutions To Improve Street SafetyThe city's mayoral candidates on Tuesday zeroed in on what some say is the failure of Mayor Bill de Blasio's signature Vision Zero initiative.
In Wake Of Hit-And-Run That Killed Deaf Father In Brooklyn, Questions Raised About Delays To Vision Zero Improvements On Atlantic AvenuePolice are looking for the hit-and-run driver who they say killed a deaf father on his bicycle in Brooklyn.
Lane Changes On Brooklyn-Queens Expressway Greet Drivers During Monday Morning's CommuteThe days of the BQE having three lanes are ending. On Monday, drivers in both directions will start sharing two lanes.
New York City Transportation Officials Propose 24/7 Camera Operations To Combat Apparent Speeding EpidemicMayor Bill de Blasio's administration is launching new initiatives to get drivers to slow down. Among them, proposed changes to speed camera laws.
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.
CBS2 Gets Action In Astoria, But Loud Car Meet-Ups Continue In Another Part Of QueensCar stunts through Queens streets and parking lots has become a new normal during the coronavirus pandemic.
Citi Bike May Hold Key To East Village Restaurant's SurvivalThe owners of an East Village restaurant say the city is refusing to make one simple change that could save their business.
Exclusive: Man Killed, Puppy Survives After Car Strikes Them In Bay Ridge IntersectionA brave puppy was back at home Wednesday night after a walk with her owner turned into a deadly situation.
Demanding Answers: CBS2 Gets Action On Illegal Truck Parking In South Ozone ParkCBS2 demanded answers and got action for frustrated residents in a Queens neighborhood. For months they have complained about illegally parked trucks along South Conduit Avenue.
Parking Meters Across NYC Not Accepting Credit Cards, Were Never Programmed To Work In 2020The Department of Transportation says the software had an "established end date" of Jan. 1, 2020 and was never updated by the vendor.
Business Owners To NYC: Changes To 14th Street Vehicle Traffic Are Killing UsThe city may be praising faster commute times on it's first major busway along 14th Street, but many small businesses there are complaining about the changes. They say it's killing their sales.
NYC Announces Pilot Program That Replaces Some Delivery Trucks With Electric Cargo BikesInternet deliveries are literally choking the streets, accounting for more than 1 million packages per day and counting. But now, transportation officials have a new way to ease delivery congestion.
New York City DOT Announces 'Green Wave' Bike Safety PlanWith the number of cyclists killed on the streets of New York rising, city transportation officials have unveiled a new safety program.
NYC Set To Drop Speeds On West Side Highway South Of 59thTraffic on the West Side Highway is about to move even slower. City and state officials want to reduce the speed limit in order to keep pedestrians and cyclists safer.
Madison Avenue Fighting Latest Controversial DOT Plan That Blocks NYC Storefronts With Bus SheltersThe avenue has long been synonymous with fashion and advertising. There are plenty of high-end shops with window displays designed to entice consumers. Those views may soon change.