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East Village & Lower East Side »

Essex Street to Get Brighter Streetlights Under BID Proposal

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.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Upper East Siders Hit Wall When it Comes to Two-Day Marathon Idea

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.

Downtown »

Battery Tunnel Partially Closing on Weekends for Overhaul

The Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel connecting lower Manhattan to Red Hook will close half its lanes over three weekends starting Nov. 11, the MTA said.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

DOT Wants to Replace Parking Spaces With Mini Parks

The Department of Transportation wants to turn two intersections, including one with nearly two dozen parking spaces, into small plazas with green space.

Midtown & Theater District »

Select Bus Service Will Roll Down 34th Street Next Month

Select Bus Service along 34th Street is expected to start in November.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Residents Fear Buses Turning Chelsea into Parking Lot

As parked BoltBus vehicles and other buses pop up in Chelsea, residents fear their neighborhood is becoming Port Authority South.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Water Main Break Causes Delays on Henry Hudson

The southbound lanes of the Henry Hudson Parkway were closed between 79th and 96th Streets Saturday afternoon for a "water condition," according to OEM.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Proposed BoltBus Move to Chelsea Put on Hold

A plan to move the BoltBus stop from Midtown to Chelsea may no longer happen.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Business Owners Rail Against Hell's Kitchen Bike Lane Plan

A proposal to extend protected bike lanes along Eighth and Ninth Avenues went forward, with some opposition from local business owners.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Locals Say Construction Makes Dangerous Corner More Hazardous

Inwood residents are concerned street construction on Broadway and West 218th Street forces pedestrians to walk into the busy street.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

DOT to Propose Changes to Dangerous Uptown Greenway Entrance and Roadway

Department of Transportation officials plan to unveil a new proposal to improve pedestrian and cycling safety at the 181st Street Greenway entrance on Riverside Drive.

Downtown »

Residents Take Lower Manhattan Lockdown in Stride for 9/11 Anniversary

While some residents and shop owners were annoyed by street closures and detours from the 9/11 Anniversary, most took it in stride.

Downtown »

Getting Around During the 9/11 Anniversary Weekend

A number of streets and pedestrian routes are expected to be closed over the weekend for the 9/11 Anniversary.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Union Square Makeover Praised, Though Critics Remain Unconvinced

The Department of Transportation says its transformation of the northern end of Union Square has put a dent in speeding and given local businesses a boost.

Midtown & Theater District »

Realty Firm Trying to Push Out Airport Shuttle Buses

SL Green Realty Corp. wants to boot the airport shuttle buses from outside 125 Park Ave.

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