The 2, 6, A, D, G, N, Q and R lines are slated for service disruptions.
The New York Cycle Club said the paths need to be doubled from about 7 to 14 feet to meet demand.
Two van companies teamed up with MetroPCS for the holiday customer appreciation day.
Parents at P.S. 230 and P.S. 130 want crossing guards, better signage and other safety upgrades.
The trains were rerouted and service was delayed after reports of a person injured at Avenue M.
A man was hit by a northbound 3 train at the West 72nd Street and Broadway subway station.
State Sen. Diane Savino announced she allocated $350,000 to install at least 18 clocks in her district.
Service disruptions on the line are planned for at least 12 weekends next year, according to the MTA.
New crosswalks, turn restrictions and bigger medians may come to Washington and Underhill avenues.
The Chinatown bus company, known for its $15 Boston-to-New York route, is allowed to operate again.
Comunity Board 6 is asking for more changes at a busy intersection.
Officials announced the expansion of New York Water Taxi's "all-day" pass with stops in Red Hook.
More than 2,000 additional people could ride the L train per hour with the improvements, the MTA said.
Parts of the broken rail causing the derailment should have been repaired a year before the accident.
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