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Midland Beach »

City Approves Neighborhood Slow Zone for Midland Beach

A section of Midland Beach will have its speed limit reduced from 30 to 20 mph.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy and Clinton Hill Slow Zone Approved for 2014

The slow zone will lower the speed limit from 30 mph to 20 mph.

East Village »

Traffic Slow Zone Approved for Alphabet City

The Department of Transportation approved a slow zone to lower East Village traffic speeds by 10 mph.

St. George »

Council Backs Plan for Staten Island Ferry to Sail Every Half Hour

The bill will increase Staten Island Ferry service to every half hour starting in 2015.

Gramercy »

Protected Bike Lane and Parking Spots Coming to Second Ave.

A parking lane with 35 new spaces is coming to Second Avenue between 14th and 23rd streets.

St. George »

Plan for More Regular Staten Island Ferry Service Passes Hurdle

A bill to increase service to every half-hour was approved by the city's Transportation Committee.

Financial District »

New Bike Lane Rolling Out in Front of Battery Maritime Building

A new shared bike and pedestrian lane will be painted along the Battery Maritime Building this month.

Flatiron »

Third Pedestrian Plans to Sue City After Tripping Over Citi Bike Station

Diana Mathes wants more than $5 million after fracturing her arm in the fall.

Woodside »

DOT to Review Traffic Conditions Near Site of Fatal Woodside Hit-and-Run

Luis Bravo, 19, was struck and killed near Broadway and 58th Street in Queens on Saturday.

Greenwich Village »

Two Pedestrians Plan to Sue Over Citi Bike Station Injuries

The pedestrians have filed notices of claim, alleging they tripped over the bicycle-sharing stations.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Restaurant Row to Get Flashy Signs and Info Kiosks

The historic block will get new signs, kiosks and solar-powered lights.

Forest Hills »

Activists Push for More Safety Measures on Queens Blvd. After Fatal Crash

Advocates will be asking Forest Hills residents and business owners for their support.

Upper West Side »

Locals Plead for Traffic Light Changes on 'Terrifying' Amsterdam Ave.

CB7's Transportation Committee thinks the avenue's traffic lights create unsafe conditions. 

Flatiron »

Korean and Mexican Falafel on the Menu at New Flatiron Plaza Kiosk

Ilili Box opened at the Flatiron public plaza Wednesday morning.

New Dorp Beach »

Sewers Needed for Homes That Flood Every Time it Rains, SI Pol Says

Councilman James Oddo and Steven Matteo have called on the city to fund three storm sewers.