Whose Bright Idea Was This? Brooklyn Road Left Unpainted By NYC Leads To Traffic Lining Up Behind Parked CarsIt appears as though a bike lane and parking lane will eventually be marked on the roadway, but until then, drivers are mistaking the middle of the road “parking lane” for traffic waiting at a light.
Judge Stops NYC's Controversial Plan To Ban Cars From 14th Street“Are you trying to get rid of cars in Manhattan?” CBS2’s Ali Bauman asked. “No I'm not trying to get rid of cars in Manhattan,” DOT commissioner Polly Trottenberg replied.
Frustrated Family Members Take It Upon Themselves To Rid Their Bronx Neighborhood Of GarbageIt's no secret heaps of garbage often take over many city streets across all five boroughs. But when one young New Yorker saw that in his own neighborhood, he decided to take matters into his own hands.
NYC Rolls Out Confusing New Plan To Stop Double Parking, Gets Rid Of Regular Parking On Upper West Side“I think it's ridiculous. They're taking away spaces and there's no reason for it,” Alan Dworkowitz said.
Commuter Alert: Work On 11th Avenue Resumes MondayThere's a commuter alert for people driving on Manhattan's West Side.
Drivers Stuck In Traffic For Hours Thanks To NYC's Sudden One-Way Policy On 11th AvenueBetter traffic flow? Fuhgeddaboudit! Drivers in Manhattan aren’t buying the city’s seemingly half-baked plan to ease congestion on 11th Avenue, heading towards the Lincoln Tunnel.
City Hopes New Bike Lane Near 59th Street Bridge Will Make Dangerous Area Safer For CyclistsA new bike lane that snakes across the busy entrance to the 59th Street Bridge on Second Avenue is a safety concern for some people.
CBS2's Pothole Patrol Found NYC's Worst Street Craters, Now The City Is On The Clock To Fix ThemCBS2’s Natalie Duddridge found out from city officials what they’re doing about fixing the decaying streets.
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.