Peter Vallone wants the DOT to create emergency lanes on Queens Boulevard.
City Councilman Peter Vallone and his brothers saw two girls in trouble on the Jersey Shore.
Community Board 7 approved safety fixes at Collegiate, Booker T. Washington and Ascension schools.
Pool-goers and local politicians are calling for beefed-up security at McCarren Pool.
The city DOT wants to widen more than a dozen sidewalks to protect students near three local schools.
Residents say skateboarders in Columbus Circle are terrorizing families and tourists.
The two sides agreed to further discussions about the picture identification plan.
The City Council has introduced legislation that would force all elevator mechanics to be licensed.
The Parks Department said it's cutting down dozens of trees from area parks to improve safety.
The two-year DOT study named downtown spots with the worst traffic and most frequent accidents.
Visually impaired pedestrians say the city's new plazas and bike lanes are a nightmare to navigate.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly warned of the dangers of firing guns in the air to ring in the New Year.
City Council is proposing new fines for illegal hotel repeat vioations that could soar up to $25,000.
Occupy Wall Street set up a safe tent for women in the wake of sexual assault allegations in Zuccotti Park complaints about women feeling unsafe.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he is deeply concerned about crime in Zuccotti Park, as well as reports that protesters are failing to report crimes to police.
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