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Central Harlem »

The agencies said they were not able to resolve conflicts with the local community over the plan.

Fordham »

The Bx41 Select Bus is expected to reduce travel time by up to 20 percent.

Soundview »

Now that the city has finished a major plan to reform the troubled highway, locals want it implemented.

New York City »

The five-year program can proceed following a state law that was passed at the last minute Saturday.

Chinatown »

The first sign, showing local landmarks and walking times, was installed at Mulberry and Worth streets.

Upper West Side »

Residents say traffic signals at W. 79th St. and Amsterdam Ave. should be changed to help pedestrians.

Prospect Heights »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg will greet concertgoers who ride bikes to The National concert.

East Village »

The 9th Precinct's traffic safety sergeant is concerned the program could increase bike accidents.

Midtown »

The firms will develop plans to improve neighborhood streetscapes, the DOT announced.

New York City »

Cyclists can buy annual Citi Bike Share memberships for $95 with access to unlimited 45-minute rides.

Belmont »

The city unveiled two pilot programs in Belmont Tuesday to help drivers find and pay for parking spots.

Bed-Stuy »

The city's new proposed bike share phases will cut Bed-Stuy in two.

New York City »

The Department of Transportation wants to crack down on speeders near schools.

Chinatown »

The call comes after Fung Wah Bus was shut down by federal regulators.

Elmhurst »

The new zone will reduce speeds by 10 mph and add speed bumps and signage to the area.