The intersection of Junction Blvd. and the Horace Harding Expressway is dangerous, pol says.
Express bus service could shave off nearly 20 percent of time for riders of the S79 on Staten Island.
A new DOT enforcement team will target restaurants that fail to provide safety info to cyclists.
"Safetyopoly" is the name of the sign proudly designed by the fifth graders of P.S. 64.
The city is looking for companies to help it privatize its muni-meter parking system.
More than 400 locations have been chosen across Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
Megabus will continue to pick-up and drop off passengers outside the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Citibank will sponsor the city's new bike-sharing program, complete with Citi-branded bicycles.
Traffic fatalities fell to a record low this year, but bike fatalities have been ticking up.
DOT's "Curbisde Haiku" program aims to help pedestrians think about traffic safety in a creative way.
A proposal by one member of Midtown's Community Board 5 to extend Sixth Avenue's bike lane to Central Park was met with resistance from other members worried about increased congestion.
This year's Summer Streets festival, which closes off city streets for three consecutive Saturdays, is focusing on healthy eating and exercise.
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