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Upper West Side »

New York City Triathlon to Cause Obstacle Course for West Side Drivers

Several west side and Bronx roads will be closed on Aug. 3.

Upper East Side »

Second Ave. Subway Delays Cast Doubt on 2016 Completion, Consultant Says

The MTA's independent consultant cited " significant schedule risks" in the long-in-the-works project.

Financial District »

Fulton Transit Hub Opening Pushed Back to Fall, MTA Says

The Fulton Center, most recently slated to open Thursday, won't open for another 60 to 90 days.

New York City »

Weekend Service Changes Will Affect 14 Subway Lines

Weekend transit service changes are planned for 14 subway lines across the city. 

Brooklyn Heights »

Bicycle Sculptures Unite Art and Healthy Living in Brooklyn Public Spots

Gilberto Aceves Navarro, an artist from Mexico City, will debut "Las Bicicletas" in New York this June.

Upper East Side »

Riders Call for Increased Service on Slow-Moving York Ave. Bus Line

Riders said they often wait 20 minutes or more for the M31 bus.

Melrose »

MTA Won't Increase Service to Melrose Metro-North Station Due to Ridership

But the station is stuck in a Catch-22, since passengers avoid it due to the low frequency of rides.

Red Hook »

All-Night Hackathon Connects Skilled Developers and Tech Fans in Red Hook

Hack Red Hook will be held at Pioneer Works from April 18 to April 19 in Red Hook.

Upper West Side »

Street Safety Group Working to Find Fixes for Upper West Side Intersections

The group will combine community and board members to consider ways to better design local streets.

Concourse »

Bronx Pedestrian Deaths Decline: Study

The annual number of pedestrian deaths in the borough decreased from 28 to 17, according to a study.

Red Hook »

Poorly Lit Hamilton Avenue Crossing is a 'Death Trap,' Locals Say

The Dept. of City Planning hosted a meeting to discuss Red Hook's transportation troubles on Tuesday.

Upper East Side »

Three Seriously Injured After Cab Jumps Curb on UES, Officials Say

The crash marked the third major traffic incident on the Upper East Side in less than a week.

Upper East Side »

Central Park Drive Renamed for Former Mayor John Lindsay

The former mayor first closed the Central Park street to traffic in 1966.

Red Hook »

Residents Look to Strengthen and Rebuild Red Hook Against Future Storms

Community members gathered Tuesday for the New York Rising meeting to discuss ways to bolster Red Hook.

Red Hook »

Poor Transit Access Forces Red Hook School to Pay for Field Trip Buses

P.S. 15 raises thousands of dollars every year to hire buses for field trips, officials said.

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