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West Village »

Officials unveiled a redesigned corner, but have no plan for a requested overhaul of Seventh Ave. South.

Upper West Side »

Some residents felt cyclists are targeted unfairly, while others said they ride dangerously. 

Greenpoint »

Officials initially anticipated a spring 2016 construction start date after a delay earlier this year.

Upper East Side »

NYPD enforcement on bikes has increased 52 percent while collisions are down 18 percent, officials say.

Upper West Side »

News that an officer in the 20th Precinct handed out the most summonses in the city divided readers.

Upper West Side »

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

Washington Heights »

The DOT wants to increase pedestrian and cyclist access to the High Bridge, which will reopen in July.

Inwood »

The ramp's completion date was pushed back 10 months to July 2015, officials said. 

Williamsburg »

The Knicks beat the Yankees, Williamsburg has $640-a-month studios and a woman stole a $25,000 Rolex.

Concourse »

The event will take place on Sunday, Oct. 26 starting at the Bronx County Building.

Inwood »

The DOT plans to add new lighting and install signage to ward off rogue cyclists in the passageway.

Inwood »

Police aren't going after teen riders, saying they'd have to be arrested rather than written summonses.

Inwood »

The 1-mile path for pedestrians and cyclists stretches south from Dyckman Street.

Upper West Side »

The DOT laid out plans to make two UWS intersections safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

SoHo »

The Transportation Committee approved a proposal to upgrade the buffered bike path to a protected one.