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Stapleton »

The program will encourage residents to walk, bike, take public transportation or carpool more.

Financial District »

Lhota will once again lead the agency, which needs $3 billion to upgrade its subways, a report says.

Long Island City »

The DOT initially rejected a sign at the site, but "reanalyzed" that decision after demands from locals.

Long Island City »

The DOT will lower the speed limit on three local streets to 20 miles per hour.

St. George »

The provider released a proposal to expand to the outer boroughs in exchange for exclusivity and more.

Civic Center »

A total of 45 pedestrians died this winter — 16 fewer than during the same time a year ago.

Greenwich Village »

Critics blasted Gov. Andrew Cuomo's $65 million cut to long-promised MTA funds in his executive budget.

Upper East Side »

The new service will replace the local M79 bus service.

Kips Bay »

Drivers can now pay for parking — and add more time — with their phones in parts of Manhattan.

Civic Center »

'You ain't seen nothing yet,' de Blasio said of of Vision Zero plan to reduce traffic fatalities.

St. George »

City Council members debated adding public funds to the program to help it expand quicker.

Financial District »

The MTA's board is debating what can be done to help riders cope with a fare hike coming in 2017.

Park Slope »

DOT "will continue to review all concerns" about Citi Bike stations, a spokeswoman said. 

Park Slope »

Department of Transportation head Polly Trottenberg initially thought her car was towed for "Billions."