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34th Street Express Bus Barely Improved Crosstown Travel Times, DOT Says

The 34th Street Select Bus Service sped up travel times, but not by much, a new report said.

New York City »

Crackdown on Deliverymen Forces Hungry New Yorkers to Wait Longer for Food

The city's crackdown on bicycle deliverymen will mean longer delivery times for hungry New Yorkers.

Concourse »

161st Street BID Wins Bronx War of the Rosebushes

The private group will get official control of the flower beds near Yankee Stadium.

Sunset Park »

Fourth Avenue Could Become 'Brooklyn Boulevard'

The DOT is set to begin a long-awaited overhaul of Fourth Avenue on Monday.

Upper East Side »

Neighborhood 'Saturated' with Newsstands, Residents Complain

UES residents have recently waged three successful fights against proposed newsstands.

Chinatown »

Greyhound Eyeing Chinatown Bus Stop

The major bus carrier wants to establish a curbside pickup and drop-off spot in busy Chinatown.

Civic Center »

Cyclists Ride Through City Hall Park After Dismount Signs Removed

The city removed the "Please Dismount" signs after construction near the bike path finished.

Civic Center »

Proposed Brooklyn Bridge Makeover Would Widen Span's Walkway, Bikeway

Politicians want to widen the Brooklyn Bridge's walking and biking path.

Midtown »

Truck Company Will Pay for Repairs After Grand Central Crash, MTA Says

Metro-North said it will seek damages from the company after an 18-wheeler crushed a railing.

New York City »

Summer Streets Brings Zip Lines and Climbing Walls to Closed Roadways

There's plenty of fun planned in car-free streets during the fifth annual Summer Streets program.

Midtown »

Police Step Up Security Outside Rowdy Gansevoort Hotel

The hotel's rowdy pool parties were the last straw for neighbors irked by the revelry next door.

Midtown »

Midtown's Smelly Puddle Still Stinks, But Help Could be On the Way

The Department of Transportation has solved at least one standing water problem in Midtown this year.

New York City »

Bike Share Rollout Delayed

The city's bike share program has been delayed by at least a month.

Boerum Hill »

Boerum Hill Set to be Brooklyn's Only Slow Zone

Boerum Hill is one in 13 neighborhoods city-wide selected to become a new slow zone.

Concourse »

The Weeds Are Winning in Bronx War of the Rosebushes

Weeds have overrun public plant beds along 161st St. that the city has failed to maintain.

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