Washington Heights »

Plan Would Suspend Expanded GWB Bike Lanes Over Hudson River

The New York Cycle Club said the paths need to be doubled from about 7 to 14 feet to meet demand.

Crown Heights »

Brooklyn Dollar Vans Offer Free Rides This Saturday

Two van companies teamed up with MetroPCS for the holiday customer appreciation day.

Kensington »

Parents to Flood 311 With Street Safety Demands After Student Killed by Car

Parents at P.S. 230 and P.S. 130 want crossing guards, better signage and other safety upgrades.

Midwood »

Subway Passenger Injured on Midwood Tracks

The trains were rerouted and service was delayed after reports of a person injured at Avenue M. 

Upper West Side »

Man Hit by 3 Train on Upper West Side

A man was hit by a northbound 3 train at the West 72nd Street and Broadway subway station.

Stapleton »

18 Bus Countdown Clocks Headed to the North Shore of Staten Island

State Sen. Diane Savino announced she allocated $350,000 to install at least 18 clocks in her district.

Long Island City »

Dozen 7 Train Weekend Shutdowns Planned for 2015

Service disruptions on the line are planned for at least 12 weekends next year, according to the MTA.

Prospect Heights »

Pedestrian Safety Measures Proposed for Dangerous Atlantic Avenue Crossing

New crosswalks, turn restrictions and bigger medians may come to Washington and Underhill avenues.

Chinatown »

Feds Give Fung Wah Buses Green Light to Resume Operations

The Chinatown bus company, known for its $15 Boston-to-New York route, is allowed to operate again.

Jamaica »

Fixes Leave Queens Boulevard Intersection More Confusing, Residents Say

Comunity Board 6 is asking for more changes at a busy intersection.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Ferry Service Expands to Midtown

Officials announced the expansion of New York Water Taxi's "all-day" pass with stops in Red Hook.

Williamsburg »

MTA Seeks $300M to Increase L Train Capacity, Add Entryways at Stations

More than 2,000 additional people could ride the L train per hour with the improvements, the MTA said.

Woodside »

Unrepaired Track Defects Caused F Train Derailment, MTA Says

Parts of the broken rail causing the derailment should have been repaired a year before the accident.

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