Two men are suing the Port Authority and Otis Elevator Company over the incident.
The mayor said that despite the "few instances" of immigration raids, he wants to end the practice.
DOT started implementing a plan to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety along the stretch this week.
A Brooklyn councilman says LinkNYC should map bus arrivals for stops without countdown clocks.
The $14.5 million project aims to restore nearly 1,800 items in the museum's oldest hall.
Detectives in the Intelligence Division were routinely denied promotions for a decade, the NYCLU said.
Now they are searching for housing not far from P.S 118 in Park Slope.
Phase one will include a waterfront esplanade, outdoor performance space and a multiplex theater.
Under the plan, construction would occur "without disrupting operations" at the existing terminal.
"I hit him," said Arbah Beniasser as he sat in his cab near East 86th Street.
"I was a very sick man," Weiner said through tears during his sentencing.
The cyclist wasn't wearing a helmet and suffered severe head injuries, police said.
Fentanyl, original used for end-of-life patients, was linked to 44 percent of overdoses in the city.
“Art and China After 1989" is set to open on Oct. 6.
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