Traffic and ferry delays are expected Wednesday evening with the arrival of President Obama.
This Saturday, DOT will close part of Newtown Avenue in Astoria to create a temporary pedestrian plaza.
The Port Authority said the $88 million project will help repair some of the aging infrastructure.
The FDR Drive and 23rd Street are expected to be 'frozen' during Obama's visit.
After four hours on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, a man was taken into police custody on Monday.
Residents have complained about noise pollution and smog caused by traffic on 65th Place in Queens.
Construction on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge is expected to create traffic woes for the GWB.
Six members of the 72nd Street Alliance have taken to the streets to combat tour bus chaos.
Corona is City's latest Slow Zone; 13 other locations also announced.
A proposal to divert westbound trucks to Prospect Avenue was voted down.
The fire on East 34th Street forced the closure of the street between First and Second avenues.
President Barack Obama is jetting into New York for fundraising dinners June 14, 2012.
Inwood may be the first in Manhattan to get a Neighborhood Slow Zone, which helps slow traffic.
Trains were suspended in both directions on the LIRR between Farmingdale and Ronkonkoma, the MTA said.
Tunnel traffic was stopped for almost 20 minutes on Wednesday afternoon.
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