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Upper West Side »

New Parking Spaces, Bike Paths and Crosswalks Coming to UWS, DOT Says

The DOT laid out plans to make two UWS intersections safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

Crown Heights »

25-Year-Old Rabbinical Student Hit and Killed by NYC Sanitation Truck

Gedalya Grinzaid was crossing Carroll Street in Crown Heights when he was hit, police said.

Upper East Side »

Central Park Drive Renamed for Former Mayor John Lindsay

The former mayor first closed the Central Park street to traffic in 1966.

Chinatown »

New Pedestrian Signs Aim to Help Lost New Yorkers and Tourists

The first sign, showing local landmarks and walking times, was installed at Mulberry and Worth streets.

Morrisania »

Baby and Young Mom Struck After Out-of-Control Driver Mounts Bronx Sidewalk

Baby suffered only minor injuries after the car jumped the curb and flattened her stroller, cops said.

Midtown »

Advocacy Group Exploring Bike Lanes for Fifth and Sixth Avenues

The bike lanes, if installed, would run through the heart of Manhattan.

Union Square »

Family of Woman Killed by Truck in Union Square Sues City for $30 Million

The city, truck driver and truck manufacturer could have prevented Roxana Buta's death, her mother says.

Upper East Side »

City Officials Propose Redesign for Central Park Drives

The new plan is expected to improve the park's safety between pedestrians and cyclists.

Greenwich Village »

Village Residents Demand Street Safety Upgrades After Deadly Scooter Crash

Locals said they want changes to the streetlight and crosswalk at Sixth Avenue and West Houston Street.

Astoria »

Astoria Pol Demands Emergency Lanes on Queens Boulevard

Peter Vallone wants the DOT to create emergency lanes on Queens Boulevard.

Civic Center »

Cyclists Ride Through City Hall Park After Dismount Signs Removed

The city removed the "Please Dismount" signs after construction near the bike path finished.

Long Island City »

Tourist Street Maps Coming to Long Island City and Other Nabes

Mock-ups of the signs were unveiled in Long Island City Monday.

Greenwich Village »

Family of Actress Killed in Hit-Run Holds Vigil on Her 22nd Birthday

Roxana Sorina Buta's killer must be brought to justice, lawyer Joseph Tacopina said.

Astoria »

Businesses Hope to Put Brakes on Proposed Pedestrian Plaza

DOT’s plan to build a pedestrian plaza on Newtown Avenue draws opposition from local business owners.

Ditmars »

Officials Urge Investigation of Broken Traffic Lights at Busy Corner

The lights at the busy intersection of 31st Street and Ditmars Boulevard have failed three times.

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