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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The street will see several bike corrals added to complement recently installed bike lanes.

Chelsea »

The proposed lanes would run along West 15th and West 16th streets.

Bed-Stuy »

The city's new proposed bike share phases will cut Bed-Stuy in two.

Hudson Heights »

Statistics from the Department of Transportation shows that 97 percent of drivers sped near P.S. 187.

Flatiron »

The 12-foot-high sculpture, made from more than 5,000 nails, weighs a whopping 5 tons.

Gowanus »

The bridge will close to all traffic starting April 1, Community Board 6 announced.

Astoria »

Parks and DOT proposed slight changes for the new paths, which critics say are confusing and too narrow.

East Harlem »

East River Plaza Mall is installing signs with maps after the death of Amar Diarrassouba, 6.

Park Slope »

New bike lanes are planned for Union and Sackett streets between Third Avenue and Van Brunt Street.

Financial District »

The crossing, which is near the Spruce Street School, has long been a cause of concern among parents.

Chinatown »

Margaret Chin got $1,670 from employees from the Fung Wah bus company, according to records.

New York City »

The Department of Transportation wants to crack down on speeders near schools.

East Harlem »

Joel Azumah says buses will leave four times daily from Harlem to Boston.

Williamsburg »

Ruth Cunningham-Morris claims she was walking Mischief on Williamsburg's waterfront before the attack.

Long Island City »

Leaders called for changes on Thomson Avenue in Queens, where Tenzin Drudak was struck and killed Monday.