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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.

New York City »

More Riders Feel Unsafe on Subways At Night, Survey Finds

Riders are more concerned about their personal safety at night, a new survey finds.

Corona »

Corona Students Paint Their Way to a Safer Intersection

Students at the  High School for Arts and Businesses painted a mural aimed at slowing down drivers.

Astoria »

Astoria Residents To Try Out Pedestrian Plaza For One Day

This Saturday, DOT will close part of Newtown Avenue in Astoria to create a temporary pedestrian plaza.

New York City »

MTA Workers Charged With Faking Signal Inspections

Ten MTA workers were charged with tampering with public records.

Astoria »

Astoria Pol Demands Emergency Lanes on Queens Boulevard

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

Astoria »

City Councilman Rescues Two Girls at Jersey Shore Beach

City Councilman Peter Vallone and his brothers saw two girls in trouble on the Jersey Shore.

Upper West Side »

Extended Sidewalk Curbs Approved Near Three Upper West Side Schools

Community Board 7 approved safety fixes at Collegiate, Booker T. Washington and Ascension schools.

Greenpoint »

Safety Concerns Mount After Violence, Thefts at McCarren Pool

Pool-goers and local politicians are calling for beefed-up security at McCarren Pool.

Upper West Side »

City Plans to Extend Curbs to Boost Kids' Safety Near Three Schools

The city DOT wants to widen more than a dozen sidewalks to protect students near three local schools.

Columbus Circle »

Councilman Calls for Clampdown on Skateboarding in Columbus Circle

Residents say skateboarders in Columbus Circle are terrorizing families and tourists.

Harlem »

Harlem Tenants Meet Landlords Over ID Plan That Raised Privacy Concerns

The two sides agreed to further discussions about the picture identification plan.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Suzanne Hart's Death Prompts Elevator Safety Legislation

The City Council has introduced legislation that would force all elevator mechanics to be licensed.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Inwood Park Trees Thinned Out to Thwart Muggers

The Parks Department said it's cutting down dozens of trees from area parks to improve safety. 

East Village & Lower East Side »

Delancey and Houston Sts. Have Downtown's Most Dangerous Intersections: DOT

The two-year DOT study named downtown spots with the worst traffic and most frequent accidents. 

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