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St. George »

The DOT started a survey on Monday to decide between three seat designs.

Lower East Side »

Officials celebrated the creation of 1,000 miles of bike lanes while residents spoke out against one.

Long Island City »

The Connected Vehicle project aims to alert drivers to potential hazards and make city streets safer.

East Village »

Since the program began in early 2014, almost a million violations have been issued.

Long Island City »

Officials cut the ribbon on the first bike share station in the borough on Wednesday.  


DOT workers closed a lane of traffic so Animal Care Centers of NYC workers could rescue the cat.

East Harlem »

Safety improvements include concrete neck-downs along Park Avenue between 96th and 111th streets.

Kew Gardens »

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz allocated $200,000 for the project.

Ridgewood »

Go Smart NYC was launched this week in Ridgewood, Glendale and Maspeth.

Park Slope »

Cars will be banned on West Drive, but they'll still be allowed on Prospect Park's East Drive.

Upper West Side »

Residents and leaders would like to see the entire park car-free.

Woodside »

The improvements are the first phase of redesign plans for the roadway, nicknamed "Boulevard of Death."

Washington Heights »

The Plaza de Las Americas at 175th Street and Broadway will be transformed into a town square. 

St. George »

The city plans to reduce speeding and give pedestrians more time to cross streets without cars.

Longwood »

The blueprint is part of Vision Zero, the city's plan to eliminate traffic fatalities in New York.