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Long Island City »

Citi Bike Expanding to Harlem, Western Queens and More of Brooklyn

The price of a yearly bike share membership will increase to $149, officials said.

Sunnyside »

Second Public Plaza Opens Under 7 Train in Sunnyside

Lowery Plaza debuted Friday under the 40th Street Station, with tables, chairs and planters.

Fort George »

Run-Down 191st Street Tunnel Gets New Lighting

The DOT recently installed LED fixtures and says more improvements are on the way.

Washington Heights »

No Smoking Sign Will Help Homeless Problem at WaHi Park, Politician Says

Juan Pablo Duarte Square has seen a growing number of homeless men congregating in the public plaza.

Upper West Side »

M86 Crosstown Line to Get Select Bus Service

The MTA is hoping to decrease delays along the West 86th Street route with faster service. 

SoHo »

Developer Promises Not to Put Big-Box Store in Glassy SoHo Building

The developer of 19 E. Houston St. said it will limit retail to 10,000 square feet.

Long Island City »

Pulaski Bridge Bike Lane Won't Roll In Until Next Year

The DOT is planning to add a designated bike lane on the bridge, which links Queens and Brooklyn.

Washington Heights »

The Gap, Buffalo Wild Wings Coming to GWB Bus Terminal

The national chains are joining smaller local businesses at the revamped site.

Jackson Heights »

Volunteers Will Beautify Bland Concrete Barriers with Colorful Design

The barriers on 37th Avenue and 69th Street will get painted through a DOT program

Midtown »

Massive 52nd Street Pothole Still Unfilled a Month After Complaint

A three-and-a-half-foot wide pothole on W. 52nd Street and Seventh Avenue is still waiting to be filled.

Woodlawn »

Wrong-Way Driver Killed After Collision With DOT Truck Near Major Deegan

Douglas Kaplan, was going the wrong way up a Major Deegan ramp and sideswiped a truck, the NYPD said.

Fort Greene »

Pedestrian Safety Barriers Causing Traffic Jams Under BQE, Critics Say

Barriers designed to protect people in parking lots under the BQE are a headache for drivers, some say.

Prospect Heights »

Bike Parking Approved in Front of 4 Prospect Heights Bars

The new bike corrals will replace four vehicle parking spaces on Vanderbilt and Washington avenues.

Long Island City »

DOT Plans Pedestrian-Friendly Changes for Area South of Queens Plaza

Changes include adding pedestrian islands and extending sidewalks in some locations.

Upper West Side »

Parking Reserved for UWS School Pickups Should Return to Residents, CB Says

CB7 voted that the city should return three parking spots given to the school for drop-offs and pickups.

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