Curbside carriers are significantly more dangerous than traditional coach operators, according to a new National Transportation Safety Board report released Monday.
The DOT has agreed to install a traffic light at Greenwich and Duane streets, where a 3-year-old boy was hit by a cab while riding his scooter.
More than 90 percent of Manhattan residents are satisfied with life in the city, a new survey finds.
The deadly crash on the East River has some renewing their calls to ban helicopter flights into and out of Manhattan.
A proposal to extend protected bike lanes along Eighth and Ninth Avenues went forward, with some opposition from local business owners.
The Upper East Side ranked as the safest neighborhood in Manhattan, despite a high rate of grand larcenies.
Midtown Manhattan has New York's highest crime rate per capita, according to a new analysis from DNAinfo.com.
DNAinfo.com's new Crime & Safety Report found the neighborhoods struggling with property crime, particularly grand larcenies.
Officials met with a group of more than 200 Inwood residents to introduce the 34th Precinct's new commanding officer and respond to the area's increased crime rates.
Pols called for better safety on Delancey Street a week after a man was killed while cycling on the high-traffic block.
The Hudson Square business improvement district announced they have hired "pedestrian traffic managers" to help keep crosswalks near the Holland Tunnel clear.
The City Council heard from many who complained officers aren't positioned where they're needed most.
Columbus Circle has become a popular hangout for high schools kids who use the steps as a skate park.
The legislation would put enforcement powers under a single city agency's control.
A former expediter allegedly filed falsified certificates of correction for a far West side property notorious for bad conditions.
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