The 34th Street Select Bus Service sped up travel times, but not by much, a new report said.
The city's crackdown on bicycle deliverymen will mean longer delivery times for hungry New Yorkers.
The private group will get official control of the flower beds near Yankee Stadium.
The DOT is set to begin a long-awaited overhaul of Fourth Avenue on Monday.
UES residents have recently waged three successful fights against proposed newsstands.
The major bus carrier wants to establish a curbside pickup and drop-off spot in busy Chinatown.
The city removed the "Please Dismount" signs after construction near the bike path finished.
Politicians want to widen the Brooklyn Bridge's walking and biking path.
Metro-North said it will seek damages from the company after an 18-wheeler crushed a railing.
There's plenty of fun planned in car-free streets during the fifth annual Summer Streets program.
The hotel's rowdy pool parties were the last straw for neighbors irked by the revelry next door.
The Department of Transportation has solved at least one standing water problem in Midtown this year.
The city's bike share program has been delayed by at least a month.
Boerum Hill is one in 13 neighborhoods city-wide selected to become a new slow zone.
Weeds have overrun public plant beds along 161st St. that the city has failed to maintain.
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