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Flatiron »

East 25th Street Closed to Traffic to Create Baruch College Public Plaza

The university is turning the block between Third and Lexington avenues into a pedestrian plaza.

Upper West Side »

City Proposes Expanding Columbus Avenue Bike Lane by 26 Blocks

The DOT wants to extend the Columbus Avenue lane all the way from 110th Street to 65th Street.

Central Harlem »

MTA, DOT Brainstorm Ways to Speed Bus Trip to LaGuardia Airport

Select Bus Service and other improvements are headed for 125th Street.

Upper West Side »

Bike Corral Could Offer Parking on Broadway

A restaurateur has suggested turning a car parking spot into a lockup for 10 bikes.

Longwood »

Police Deny Appeal for Traffic Agents at a Busy Bronx Intersection

Despite DOT installations, traffic problems persist at a bustling five-way intersection in Longwood.

Sunset Park »

Brooklyn Fifth Avenue Bike Lanes Rejected

Brooklyn's Community Board 7 rejected a plan to extend a network of bicycle lanes into Sunset Park.

Hamilton Heights »

Hamilton Terrace Residents Push for More Intimidating Speed Bumps

Drivers zip past Hamilton Terrace as a shortcut to 145th Street.

Jackson Heights »

City Proposes PARK Smart Plan to Free Up Parking in Jackson Heights

A proposed PARK Smart plan would make it easier to find parking in Jackson Heights, officials said.

Crown Heights »

Brooklyn Cafe Pushes for Bike Parking on Bustling Franklin Avenue

Little Zelda Cafe is teaming up with the DOT to bring additional bike-parking to Crown Heights.

Lower East Side »

City Puts Brakes on Controversial Greyhound Bus Stop on LES

The Department of Transportation will not move forward with the proposed stop near Seward Park. 

Pelham Parkway »

Pelham Parkway Residents Blast 'Sidewalk to Nowhere'

Residents say the sidewalk dangerously narrows their street, making it hard for FDNY trucks to get by.

SoHo »

Crumbling Stone Crosswalks in SoHo Slated for Repair

The DOT plans to repair crosswalks on Mercer Street and Greene Street starting in the fall.

Midtown »

FreshDirect to Deliver Food on Bicycles

FreshDirect has a plan to launch a pilot program to deliver food on bikes as soon as next month.

Central Harlem »

Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard Changes Are Causing Problems, Critics Say

The changes to Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard are sparking controversy with Harlem neighbors.

Concourse »

161st Street BID Wins Bronx War of the Rosebushes

The private group will get official control of the flower beds near Yankee Stadium.

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