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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.

Bedford Park »

City Raises $9M in School Speed Camera Revenue Since January

The city's 23 cameras have recorded 183,000 violations since January, officials said.

Inwood »

Dark, Dirty 191st Street 1 Train Tunnel to Get Safety Improvements

The DOT plans to add new lighting and install signage to ward off rogue cyclists in the passageway.

Upper West Side »

Councilman Calls on DOT to Make Safety Improvements on Amsterdam Ave.

Mark Levine sent a letter to DOT asking for street improvements following two pedestrian accidents.

Fordham »

Fordham Plaza Overhaul Set to Include Cafe and Market

The new plaza is also meant to help reduce traffic-related injuries and deaths. 

East Village »

What Happened in New York This Week: 5 Stories You Need to Read

DNAinfo's stories ranged from a shame campaign against dog scofflaws to the top laid-back rooftop bars.

Midtown »

Thieves Steal Dozens of the Odd DOT Signs That Have Mystified New Yorkers

Forty of the 50 conceptual street signs, featuring skulls and coat hangers, have been swiped.

Jackson Heights »

Speed Limit on Roosevelt, Metropolitan Avenues to be Lowered to 25 MPH

Two Queens streets have been selected for the latest round of the city's arterial slow zone program.

Washington Heights »

Broadway Slow Zone Begins Monday

Drivers will have to slow to 25 mph on Broadway from Columbus Circle to 220th Street.

Inwood »

Seaman Avenue to Close for Nighttime Road Work

Residents are concerned about how the closure will affect parking.

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