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Manhattan »

Most New Yorkers Say They Wouldn't Try to Fix a Ticket, Poll Finds

The majority of New Yorkers called ticket-fixing by police a serious crime, according to a new poll out Thursday.

Manhattan »

City To Bike Riders: 'Don't Be a Jerk'

The Department of Transportation has released a series of public service ads urging cyclists to follow road rules.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Cathedral's Bicycle Blessing Has Special Meaning This Year, Cyclist Says

The blessing at St. John the Divine will provide sanctuary to cyclists who feel they're under fire.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

City Eyes Ways to Improve Safety at Greenway Entrance

The Department of Transportation said it would work with Community Board 12 to implement safety changes to the area.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Business Owner Fined For Parking Legally

A Columbus Avenue business owner says he's been given five tickets for parking in a legal spot.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Changes to Henry Hudson On-Ramp Too Dangerous, Residents Say

Residents say changes to a residential street that serves as an on-ramp to the Henry Hudson Parkway are dangerous.

Manhattan »

Fewer Cyclists, Yet More Bike Lanes, Report Says

U.S. Census count finds only 0.6 percent of New Yorkers commute to work on bikes.

Downtown »

Battery Park Monuments Uprooted for Bike Paths, Report Says

Historic statues scattered through Battery Park will soon be replanted along a bikeway.

Midtown & Theater District »

Midtown's Pedestrian Plaza Ripe For Accidents, Group Warns

The Fashion Center BID says the proximity of the Broadway pedestrian plaza and bike lanes is dangerous.

Manhattan »

NYC Voters Want to Abolish 'Last In, First Out' Teacher Firing Policy, Poll Finds

A Quinnipiac University poll found that 78 percent of New York City voters want to abolish the current teacher firing policy.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

NYPD Bicyclist Crackdown Hits Wrong Target, Critics Say

Cyclists complain they're being unfairly targeted for minor violations, but the NYPD says the crackdown is warranted.

Manhattan »

Stringer Promises Veggie Van, Help for Second Ave. Businesses

The borough president also said residents are frustrated with the city's top-down approach on bike lanes.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Officials Vow to Fix Columbus Ave. Bike Lane Problems

Borough President Scott Stringer and other officials say they've got a plan to fix Columbus Avenue's bike lanes.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Community Board Wants Facts, Not Hearsay, on UWS Bike Lanes

Community Board 7 has been interviewing merchants about whether bike lanes are hurting their businesses.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Upper East Side's Biggest Bike Advocate is Only 13

Upper East Sider Clark Vaccaro is only 13, but he has become an outspoken advocate for bike lanes.

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