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City Council Committee Pushes for Legislation to Regulate Chinatown Buses

A Council committee endorsed a resolution urging the state to pass legislation to regulate inter-city buses.

Downtown »

Aging TriBeCa Residents Fight to Save Their Senior Center

The city will close the Independence Plaza center unless the state puts more money into the budget.

East Village & Lower East Side »

New Permit Could Tame Lawless Chinatown Buses

Politicians have introduced legislation that could force intercity buses to need permits.

Downtown »

New Congestion Pricing Plan in Works, Report Says

The city is reportedly trying to charge drivers $10 to enter Lower Manhattan on weekdays.

East Village & Lower East Side »

City Orders Skaters and Cyclists Out of Chatham Square

The city recently installed "No Skateboarding" signs in the public plaza and will add guards to prevent skating.

Manhattan »

Downtown Construction Center Extended Through 2013

The Lower Manhattan Construction Command Center will continue for another three years.

Downtown »

Keep Lower Manhattan Construction Agency Opens, Residents and Politicians Say

The Lower Manhattan Construction Command Center is scheduled to sunset at the end of the year.

Downtown »

Downtown Arts Center, Pedestrian Bridge and East River Park Get $137 Million Boost

The Lower Manhattan Development Corp. voted on the $137 million in grants Monday morning.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Cherry Trees to Bloom in Chinatown Along Bowery

Local leaders pushed to plant cherry trees along the Bowery as part of a redesign of the high-traffic stretch.

Downtown »

Battery Park Dogs Must Stay Leashed for Now, Parks Dept Says

The Parks Department will continue meeting with dog owners to seek a compromise.

Manhattan »

Voters Say They Support Daniel Squadron, Despite Not Hearing of Him

Liberal-leaning Lower East Siders say they are voting for Daniel Squadron to counteract the rising Republicans.

Downtown »

Downtowners Tell LMDC How to Spend $158 Million

The bulk of the money will likely go toward the WTC performing arts center, but the rest is up for grabs.

Downtown »

Thousands Turn Out for Adopt a Geranium Day Downtown

The Downtown Alliance gave away 4,000 geraniums at the annual event Wednesday morning.

Downtown »

New Signs Tell Downtown Bus Riders How Long They Have to Wait

The countdown clocks only apply to the free Downtown Connection bus.

Downtown »

Grant Program Expands to Help Downtown Businesses Survive Construction

The Lower Manhattan Development Corp. added $1 million to the program and extended it through 2015.

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