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Midtown »

Fashion Center BID Unveils Concrete Street Furniture Prototype

The Fashion Center BID has unveiled a design prototype for Broadway plazas.

East Harlem »

Pols Call for Safety Measures, Enforcement Near Where Boy Was Killed

Officials say the Department of Transportation needs to increase safety measures in the area.

East Williamsburg »

Roberta's Pizza Hopes to Add Bike Parking this Spring

The pizzeria plans to install four bike racks on Moore Street.

St. George »

Staten Island BP Vows to Bounce Back from Sandy in State of Borough Speech

James Molinaro talked about new development projects, as well as rebuilding efforts after Sandy.

Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens & Red Hook »

PARK Smart Unanimously Passed for Cobble Hill Commercial Streets

The parking program for stretches of Atlantic Avenue, Court and Smith Streets, will begin in Spring 2013.

Crown Heights »

Bike Corral Quarrel Pits Old Against New on Franklin Avenue

A DOT bike corral has split Crown Heights neighbors, revealing a divided community along Franklin Avenue

New York City »

Alternate Side Parking Suspended Through Wednesday

Snow removal and holidays mean that alternate side parking rules won't resume until Feb. 14, 2013.

New York City »

Alternate-Side Parking Suspended Through Sunday

Alternate-side parking rules have been lifted through Sunday, but meter rules remain in effect.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Far West Side Could Get New Bus Line by Year's End

The bus would serve the West Side from West 59th Street to Spring Street.

Great Kills »

Temporary Great Kills Ferry Service to Manhattan Ends Friday

The city will end the ferry service from Great Kills to Manhattan on Friday.

Long Island City »

5th Street in Hunters Point May Become One-Way Amid Traffic Concerns

Community leaders say the road is too narrow for two lanes of traffic.

Kips Bay »

Public Plaza Plan Drives Wedge in Kips Bay

The plan is to turn a service road along Second Avenue into a public plaza, but not everyone is on board.

Upper West Side »

Revised Columbus Avenue Bike Lane Plan Restores 25 Parking Spaces

The city restored 25 parking spots along its proposed 26-block bike lane extension for Columbus Ave. 

Woodside »

'No Parking' Rule Makes for Un-Happy Hour at Woodside Pub

Owners of the pub Donovan's say a three-hour afternoon parking ban on Roosevelt Ave. is bad for business.

Elmhurst »

Community Board Approves New 'Slow Zone' For Elmhurst

The new zone will reduce speeds by 10 mph and add speed bumps and signage to the area.