East Elmhurst »

City Doles Out Nearly $140M Due to Potholes and Dangerous Streets

The comptroller's office examined payouts by the city for drivers and pedestrians.

Inwood »

Track Fire Sparks Service Delays on 1 Train, MTA Says

1 trains were running express between 96th Street and 145th Street due to a track fire, MTA said.

Midtown »

Service Changes Planned for 15 Subway Lines This Weekend, MTA Says

The 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, D, E, F, J ,L, M, N and Q lines will all be affected.

Gowanus »

Gowanus Subway Station Finally Has Cardboard Tile Replaced With Real Mosaic

Forgotten New York reports that real tile has finally returned to the Smith-Ninth Street station.

Jamaica »

Crackdown on Illegal Dollar Vans Urged in Jamaica

The commuter vans pose a danger to passengers, officials said.

Long Island City »

Cyclist Struck by Car Clinging to His Life, Relatives Say

Kevin Lopez, 20, suffered severe brain trauma after being hit by a car on Tuesday.

Hudson Square »

Woman Seriously Injured After Jumping in Front of 1 Train at Canal Street

The woman was injured after getting hit by a train at the station Wednesday afternoon. 

East Harlem »

Church of Scientology Wants to Celebrate Opening With Party on 125th Street

The church will open its house of worship and community center on Sept. 19 in East Harlem.

Upper East Side »

Relocation of Hampton Jitney Stop Clogs Busy UES Corner, Residents Say

The 86th Street Hampton Jitney stop was moved temporarily to Lexington Avenue.

St. George »

MTA to Study Every Bus Route on Staten Island to Make Improvements

Borough President James Oddo and the MTA announced the study, which will end next year.

Upper West Side »

UWS Councilman Joins Call for Protected Bike Lane on Amsterdam Ave.

A growing call for a northbound bike lane on Amsterdam Avenue earned Levine's support.

University Heights »

Cabbie Loses License After Telling Passenger He Wants To Impregnate Her

Jorge Wilmores-Metivier harassed a young woman he was driving home, a city judge ruled. 

Midtown »

MTA Chairman Asks City to Pay $3.2 Billion For Capital Plan

MTA Chairman Thomas Prendergast urged de Blasio to "stand up" for city mass transit riders.

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