The new meters are more technologically advanced, an official said.
The DOT plans to make street improvements once the first phase of the Second Avenue Subway is completed.
The 750-foot-long mural is being painted this month by a local artist and volunteers.
Three stations on the Upper West Side were moved to accomodate residents' preferences, the DOT said.
Thirty-eight Citi Bike locations will be added across the neighborhood by early 2016.
The Queens Bike Initiative wants to make it safer and easier to visit the borough's parks.
Residents want speed bumps and possibly a traffic light near where a 21-year-old was killed last month.
About 600 cyclists a day are expected to use the new bike lanes, according to the DOT.
City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal has given bike safety priority in her budget.
Principals and parents say that the current street design creates a traffic nightmare at two schools.
The street is home to the three most collision-prone intersections in the neighborhood.
The speed camera was installed last summer near two schools.
The DOT plans to lower the speed limit on several streets between Astoria Boulevard and 30th Avenue.
The city hopes to reduce crashes at the busy Prospect-Lefferts Gardens intersection.
New rules at the Court Square garage force drivers to wait for hours for monthly parking permits.
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