President Barack Obama and his motorcade are in the city Thursday for fundraisers.
More than 11 million travelers are expected to use area airports, tunnels an bridges through New Year's.
A 73-year-old man was struck and killed by a truck on Tuesday.
The facade of the Tick Tock Diner, on 34th Street and Eighth Avenue, caught fire on Dec. 18, 2011.
An accident outside the Lincoln Tunnel caused delays during the Wednesday morning commute.
Second Avenue at East 40th Street was a nightmare during Monday morning rush as a sinkhole opened up.
Grammy-award winning country singer Fait Hill is no longer performing at Wednesday night's event.
The Rockefeller Center tree lighting and Obama's visit will create traffic headaches for motorists.
West 42nd Street was partially closed Sunday evening for a report of a suspicious package.
New light fixtures along Essex Street that will increase lighting and promote business in the area are being pitched by the Lower East Side BID.
Many Upper East Siders embrace the marathoners racing through their streets once a year, but wouldn't want to deal with the crowds, street closures and noise more often than that.
The Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel connecting lower Manhattan to Red Hook will close half its lanes over three weekends starting Nov. 11, the MTA said.
The Department of Transportation wants to turn two intersections, including one with nearly two dozen parking spaces, into small plazas with green space.
Select Bus Service along 34th Street is expected to start in November.
As parked BoltBus vehicles and other buses pop up in Chelsea, residents fear their neighborhood is becoming Port Authority South.
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