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Upper East Side »

Anti-Bike Lane Lawyer Offers to Help Foes of Queensboro Bridge Plan

Jim Walden, who is fighting the Prospect Park West bike lane, has offered his help to Upper East Siders.

SoHo »

SoHo Residents Slam Tourist Signs as 'Eyesores'

Some SoHo and Nolita residents say DOT "wayfinding" signs don't belong in a historic district.

Central Harlem »

Dedicated Lane For LaGuardia Bus Prompts Fears of 125th Street Nightmare

Some think the plan to remove a lane of traffic for a dedicated bus lane is questionable.

Upper East Side »

Some UES Residents Fear New Bike Lanes Could Cause 'More Pollution'

Some residents worry planned bicycle lane changes near the Queensboro Bridge could create problems.

Bushwick »

Neglected L Train Tunnel Will be Sealed to Drive Out Homeless, MTA Says

The MTA plans to brick up a tunnel connecting two Bushwick streets under the elevated L train.

New York City »

Alternate Side Parking Mostly Suspended Through April 2

With the exception of Saturday, alternate side parking is suspended citywide through April 2.

Hudson Heights »

97 Percent of Drivers Speed Near Hudson Heights School, DOT Found

Statistics from the Department of Transportation shows that 97 percent of drivers sped near P.S. 187.

St. George »

No Staten Island Railway Service Into Ferry Terminal This Weekend

The Staten Island Railway will not stop at the terminal this weekend because of construction.

East Harlem »

Harlem Mall to Install New Truck Route Signs in Wake of Boy's Death

East River Plaza Mall is installing signs with maps after the death of Amar Diarrassouba, 6.

Long Island City »

Calls for Safety Improvements on Queens Street Where 16-Year-Old Was Killed

Leaders called for changes on Thomson Avenue in Queens, where Tenzin Drudak was struck and killed Monday.

Washington Heights »

Alternate Side Parking to be Suspended in Parts of Washington Heights

Parking rules will be shelved while DOT installs new street cleaning signs below West 181st Street.

East Harlem »

Pols Call for Safety Measures, Enforcement Near Where Boy Was Killed

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

Long Island City »

5th Street in Hunters Point May Become One-Way Amid Traffic Concerns

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

Central Harlem »

Walking Tour Spurs Ideas to Improve 125th Street Bus Service

The MTA plans to add Select Bus Service to 125th Street to speed the trip to LaGuardia.

Central Harlem »

City Plans to Slow Traffic at Dangerous Mount Morris Park West Curve

The street will be reduced to one driving lane to avoid future accidents near 120th Street.