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Midtown »

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

East Harlem »

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

East Williamsburg »

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

St. George »

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

Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens & Red Hook »

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

Crown Heights »

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

New York City »

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

New York City »

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

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

Great Kills »

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

Long Island City »

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

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 »

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

Woodside »

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

Elmhurst »

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