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Upper East Side »

Thirty-eight Citi Bike locations will be added across the neighborhood by early 2016.

East Elmhurst »

The Queens Bike Initiative wants to make it safer and easier to visit the borough's parks. 

Ditmars »

Residents want speed bumps and possibly a traffic light near where a 21-year-old was killed last month.

Long Island City »

About 600 cyclists a day are expected to use the new bike lanes, according to the DOT.

Upper West Side »

City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal has given bike safety priority in her budget.

Inwood »

Principals and parents say that the current street design creates a traffic nightmare at two schools.

Inwood »

The street is home to the three most collision-prone intersections in the neighborhood.

Far Rockaway »

The speed camera was installed last summer near two schools. 

Astoria »

The DOT plans to lower the speed limit on several streets between Astoria Boulevard and 30th Avenue.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The city hopes to reduce crashes at the busy Prospect-Lefferts Gardens intersection.

Long Island City »

New rules at the Court Square garage force drivers to wait for hours for monthly parking permits.

Upper West Side »

The board is worried new Citi Bike riders will get hurt without a northbound protected bike lane.

Upper West Side »

Two local residents behind the Stryker Park push discussed their vision and opposition from others.

Sunnyside »

The DOT added a light and pedestrian signals at 51st Street and Skillman Avenue last week.

Woodside »

The improvements are the first phase of redesign plans for the roadway, nicknamed "Boulevard of Death."