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.
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.
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.
DOT Proposes 700 Percent Price Hike To Park In Queens LotCommuters who live in the Rosedale section of Queens say it's a deal to park in one lot and jump on the Long Island Rail Road into Manhattan.
DOT Commish: Speed Cushions On Staten Island Doing The JobThe city Department of Transportation is trying out a new kind of speed bump on Staten Island that is proving to be a challenge for some drivers to navigate.
Drivers Pay The Price After Winter Leaves City Streets Pockmarked With PotholesThe cold winter weather and all the construction going on around the city have done a number on the streets, and now drivers are paying a costly price.
Demanding Answers: Queens Commuters Sick Of Pricey, Gridlock-Causing RoadworkWoodhaven Boulevard is a major north-south arterial in Queens. Down to its skeleton the top layer of pavement was scraped away during milling -- a routine necessity in New York City.
Stretch Of Belt Parkway Remains In The Dark Due To Sandy DamageSome of the overhead lights on the busy roadway between Knapp Street and Flatbush Avenue were badly damaged in superstorm Sandy nearly 11 months ago. The lights have still not been fixed.
NYC DOT Installs Controversial Bike Lanes On High-Traffic First And Second Avenues In ManhattanThere’s more bike bedlam in New York City, as the Department of Transportation starts installing new bike lanes in heavy traffic areas on First and Second Avenues in Manhattan.
Two Hurt After Yet Another Crash At Queensboro Bridge Off-Ramp A car crashed into a row of stores at the foot of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge on Saturday, marking the third time it’s happened in the last few months.
Dangerous Roads: Brooklyn Street BarrierNYC's Department of Transportation has struck again. The agency has installed traffic islands on Fort Hamilton Parkway -- a busy road in Borough Park. Residents say the cement addition is causing chaos on the street.
Exclusive: Perilous Queens Traffic IslandWho would install a traffic island that forces drivers to go perilously close to speeding trains to make a turn? If your answer is the New York City Department of Transportation, you'd be right.
A Bridge, A Couple And A Lost Wedding Ring ...It was a blunder on the Brooklyn Bridge. A man proposing to his fiancé did not even get the words out before he dropped the diamond ring and it disappeared through the wooden slats.