The DOT installed six new smart traffic lights in Staten Island this year.
The GRACE Foundation will hold classes and programs at the new space in the Sea View Center.
The proposed capital plan allocated $372 million total in improvements to the line.
Council members Vincent Ignizio and Steven Matteo gave the funds to Where to Turn to clean up litter.
Borough President Oddo and Councilman Ignizio announced improvements to Page Avenue and other streets.
The screenings will also show The Lego Movie, E.T., Frozen and the classic '80s time travel.
The MTA updated its iPhone and web app to include real time updates for the Staten Island Railway.
Tottenville High School will get a $1.9 million softball field, set to open next year, Oddo said.
Staten Island golfers were concerned that a road that snaked through their fairway was dangerous.
Borough President Oddo announced that the free summer concerts and Back to the Beach will return.
The planned Sandy rebuilding changes were included in a report released Thursday.
Elected officials want to remove litter from streets and encourage residents to tweet troubled areas.
A city council report showed the borough had the least amount of plows.
The MTA added electronic signs that tell riders how long until the next train on four stops.
Ignizio was elected to lead the City Council's three-person Republican caucus.
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