Congestion On The Road To Recovery: DOT Numbers Show More Drivers Hitting New York RoadsIn these past weeks, the road has opened up for so many, but there are early signs of a gridlock comeback.
MTA Installing Safety Fence On Verrazzano-Narrows BridgeChanges are coming to the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is installing a safety fence on the upper and lower levels.
Heads Up For Holiday Travel: New Traffic Pattern Takes Effect At LaGuardia AirportStarting today, westbound drivers trying to access terminals B, C, D and 94th Street will have to take exit 7.
Commuter Alert: Eastbound LIRR Trains Bypassing Woodside, Forest Hills & Kew GardensEastbound trains are bypassing Woodside, Forest Hills and Kew Gardens this morning because of a broken rail.
Looming Holiday Weekend Storm Already Causing Massive Traffic Jams, Hundreds Of Flights CanceledA winter storm closing in on the Tri-state area is forcing millions of people to cut their holiday weekends short and get out of dodge ahead of the snow.
Traffic Alert: Controversial Holiday Street Closures Around Rockefeller Center Start FridayCity officials say it's to help improve pedestrian safety as millions of people visit the area to see the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree and shop each year.
NYPD Considers Turning Traffic Lanes Into Pedestrian-Only Zones Along Busy 5th Avenue During Holiday SeasonThe NYPD says this would help handle increased foot-traffic in that area.
Council Speaker Corey Johnson Says He Supports Banning Cars From Busy Crosstown StreetsJohnson told WNYC the city should consider making 34th and 42nd streets open to only buses and trucks, like the 14th Street busway that took effect earlier this month.
Woman Fighting Cancer Takes To Social Media To Thank 2 NYPD Officers For Their Help, EncouragementAfter her Instagram post about the experience gained traction, Demassi was able to find and meet with the officers this weekend to thank them personally.
NYPD Officers Help Cancer Patient Stuck In Traffic, Escort Her Through Gridlock Caused By U.N. General AssemblyGabriela DeMassi says two NYPD officers volunteered to escort her and her parents through Thursday morning's jam
Bill Requires Overnight Deliveries To City-Owned Buildings To Ease Congestion In ManhattanA council panel wants to mandate that city facilities, like big office buildings or courthouses, below 60th Street in Manhattan create a plan to accept deliveries only between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.