Officials unveiled the new signs Monday on West 55th Street and Sixth Avenue.
The city is exploring the possibility of adding a dedicated bike lane to the drawbridge.
The city installed the new regulations on Court Street to stop rampant double parking
The university is turning the block between Third and Lexington avenues into a pedestrian plaza.
The city has yet to hire a company to work on the overhaul.
The plaza would open near Peter Luger Steakhouse and the Williamsburg Arts and Historical Center.
J.D. Carlisle told CB6 it would yank its support for another project unless the market was pushed out.
The DOT wants to extend the Columbus Avenue lane all the way from 110th Street to 65th Street.
The Upper West Side Streets Renaissance wants to install more than 90 new bike racks in the area.
A restaurateur has suggested turning a car parking spot into a lockup for 10 bikes.
Despite DOT installations, traffic problems persist at a bustling five-way intersection in Longwood.
The city, truck driver and truck manufacturer could have prevented Roxana Buta's death, her mother says.
Brooklyn's Community Board 7 rejected a plan to extend a network of bicycle lanes into Sunset Park.
The city is beginning work on an upgrade to Springfield Gardens' water and sewer infrastructure.
Construction on both ends of the Gowanus means increased traffic congestion.
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