The event will take place on Sunday, Oct. 26 starting at the Bronx County Building.
The city's 23 cameras have recorded 183,000 violations since January, officials said.
The DOT said the roadway's speed limit will remain at 30 miles per hour, according to a spokesman.
In the wake of a morning traffic death, relatives of those killed in citywide accidents held a rally.
The 78th Precinct had officers pose as pedestrians and ticketed drivers who didn't yield.
Mauricio Osorio-Palominos' privileges were suspended in NY in 2010 for not paying a fine, the DMV said.
The Straphangers Campaign named and shamed the slowest and most unreliable buses.
Equipment and bikes were damaged during the storm, pushing back the launch date by two months.
The intersection of Delancey and Essex streets is one of the city's most dangerous for kids.
The M50, which travels east-to-west through Midtown, is the slowest bus in all of New York City.
Roughly two-thirds of those polled in a recent survey say they support bike lanes in New York City.
Transportation Alternatives is pressing for safety measures at Delancey and Essex streets after a woman's death last week.
A whopping 95 percent of parking placards in the Municipal District were fake or being used improperly, a study found.
Police used the recently created Hayley and Diego's Law for the first time in the December death of an UES pedestrian.
Activists from Transportation Alternatives boarded the uptown A train Thursday to send a warning to fellow straphangers.
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