The sidewalk on Riverside Drive is uneven and needs repaving, the Parks Department said.
The ferry would stop at 178th and Dyckman streets, in addition to Harlem, Midtown and Upper West Side.
Thousands of residents voted for projects that will receive $990,000 in participatory budgeting funds.
The victim, 13, was hit by a driver on Columbus Avenue earlier this week, prompting outcry from parents.
The misdirected emergency calls have led to dangerous delays, officials said.
Facilitators led civic engagement workshops and collected voter registration forms from eligible teens.
The Collegiate School is not legally obligated to provide the 55 units locals expected in the project.
The private school, which is required to build the units, wants to move them to West 108th Street.
DOE Fund staffers will focus on cleaning and bagging trash along Broadway.
City Councilmembers want New York City to promote a meatless diet every Monday.
A marathon hearing focused on illegal short-term rentals.
Councilwoman Margaret Chin wants landlords of unsafe buildings to pay for tenants to live elsewhere.
The projects range from upgrading facilities like auditoriums and boilers to creating rooftop gardens.
The basketball courts, lighting, pathways, entrances and seating will all be updated under the plan.
Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro announced changes to physical tests many feel unfairly eliminate women.
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