A three-year construciton project is slated to begin at 58th Street in July.
The DOT is installing three sculptures underneath the 40th Street Station in Queens next month.
The owners of SingleCut Beersmiths say they'd love to see the bike share in the neighborhood.
Mario Esposito Jr. wants to get a ferry named after his dad, who served as Staten Island's county clerk.
A no parking sign is earning violators a hefty fine for parking during one hour on Saturday nights.
The terms for Citi Bike Share bar riders over 260 pounds.
Parking rules will be tabled in northern Manhattan beginning April 29, according to a city councilman.
Waterside Plaza residents say DOT should have consulted them before installing artwork near the complex.
Long Island City is the only Queens neighborhood included in the bike share program so far.
Jim Walden, who is fighting the Prospect Park West bike lane, has offered his help to Upper East Siders.
The Department of Transportation said it wouldn't pursue the project while J.D. Carlisle opposed it.
Two new bike lanes are being added to 14th and 15th streets between Fourth and Eighth Avenues.
Some SoHo and Nolita residents say DOT "wayfinding" signs don't belong in a historic district.
Eric Ulrich is proposing dedicated bus lanes along Woodhaven Boulevard.
Some residents worry planned bicycle lane changes near the Queensboro Bridge could create problems.
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