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.
DOT’s plan to build a pedestrian plaza on Newtown Avenue draws opposition from local business owners.
The President's visit is expected to choke traffic in Midtown, Lower Manhattan and the Upper East Side.
Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton will appear on Broadway Monday as part of a fundraiser.
Residents said the center would snarl traffic on a major street and have a noisy rooftop playground.
Three people reportedly sustained minor injuries in one of the collisions on the Major Deegan Expressway.
The changes aim to cut down the speeding and car accidents on Little Clove Road in Sunnyside.
Forest City Ratner Companies will unveil how parking and traffic will work at the new Barclays Center.
Houston Street will be an obstacle course for drivers and pedestrians for another year or more.
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