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Midtown East »

A three-year construciton project is slated to begin at 58th Street in July.

Sunnyside »

The DOT is installing three sculptures underneath the 40th Street Station in Queens next month.

Ditmars »

The owners of SingleCut Beersmiths say they'd love to see the bike share in the neighborhood.

St. George & Port Richmond »

Mario Esposito Jr. wants to get a ferry named after his dad, who served as Staten Island's county clerk.

Midtown East »

A no parking sign is earning violators a hefty fine for parking during one hour on Saturday nights.

New York City »

The terms for Citi Bike Share bar riders over 260 pounds.

Washington Heights »

Parking rules will be tabled in northern Manhattan beginning April 29, according to a city councilman.

Kips Bay »

Waterside Plaza residents say DOT should have consulted them before installing artwork near the complex.

Astoria »

Long Island City is the only Queens neighborhood included in the bike share program so far.  

Upper East Side »

Jim Walden, who is fighting the Prospect Park West bike lane, has offered his help to Upper East Siders.

Kips Bay »

The Department of Transportation said it wouldn't pursue the project while J.D. Carlisle opposed it.

Park Slope »

Two new bike lanes are being added to 14th and 15th streets between Fourth and Eighth Avenues.

SoHo »

Some SoHo and Nolita residents say DOT "wayfinding" signs don't belong in a historic district.

Woodhaven »

Eric Ulrich is proposing dedicated bus lanes along Woodhaven Boulevard.

Upper East Side »

Some residents worry planned bicycle lane changes near the Queensboro Bridge could create problems.