Upper East Siders want the DOT to install "Walk Bike" signs on the new East 78th Street footbridge.
Residents blasted the Met's plans to add 400 chairs and 100 tables at its Fifth Avenue entrance.
The Whitney owes the city nearly $160K in taxes and fees but insists the check is in the mail.
Op Art sculptures by Venezuelan artist Rafael Barrios will line Park Ave. from E. 53rd to 67th streets.
Stahl wants to raze two of the City and Suburban First Avenue Estate buildings.
John Jay Park's yoga-loving seniors reached accord on plans for exercise equipment geared to adults.
Moustafa Eissawy sold halal meals on East 86th Street for years without incident, until Fairway arrived.
Community Board 7 wants Tavern on the Green to serve all diners, even ones wearing "exercise clothes."
The MTA is halting blasting for the Second Avenue subway project near East 72nd Street until Dec. 5.
In a stark contrast to their Upper East Side counterparts, members of Community Board 7 said Monday they liked the idea of affordable, casual dining at Tavern on the Green.
A licensing system for commercial cyclists has been on the books since 1984, though few seem to know about it.
As Upper East Siders have complained about more dust and odors clogging the air lately, MTA officials said they are trying to control the problem.
A fight has been brewing at John Jay Park, pitting seniors who take yoga classes against those hoping to get outdoor exercise equipment geared to older adults.
DOT officials are starting to accept community input on where to put the city's new bike share stations, with more than 8,000 suggestions online so far.
Limiting the number of street vendors per block or requiring design guidelines for carts and trucks are among ideas being floated by CB 8 in tackling the growing number of street vendors.
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