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East Village »

The massive reconstruction project had been slated for a summer completion date.

Lower East Side »

The Lowline team claims it would be impossible to use the site as a bus depot.

Upper East Side »

Workers mistakenly painted straight arrows at several intersections along Lexington Avenue.

East Harlem »

The DOT repairs, which have not been widely publicized, will close the 125th St. exit for three years.

Fort Greene »

The DOT's plan would force drivers who want to go east on Myrtle Avenue to go west and make a u-turn.

Gowanus »

Felipe Castro, 27, of Sunset Park was working at an auto shop when he was hit and killed, police said.

Corona »

The plans for the plaza will also include more greenery and seating.

Upper West Side »

After months of debate, the local community board approved a 32-block extension to a bike lane.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

A series of surrealist public sculptures have popped up along Broadway, intriguing locals.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

The DOT is removing its truck parking spaces on West End Ave after a 90-day trial.

Upper West Side »

A city pilot program that adds truck parking to West End Avenue is a failure, locals say.

Upper West Side »

Community Board 7 approved safety fixes at Collegiate, Booker T. Washington and Ascension schools.

Upper West Side »

The DOT is hiring "bike inspectors" to combat bad delivery bikers with door-to-door restaurant visits.

Fort Greene »

The Executive Committee of Community Board 2 in Brooklyn approved a shared bike lane on Lafayette Avenue.

Upper West Side »

The city DOT wants to widen more than a dozen sidewalks to protect students near three local schools.