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Midtown »

Officials unveiled the new signs Monday on West 55th Street and Sixth Avenue.

Greenpoint »

The city is exploring the possibility of adding a dedicated bike lane to the drawbridge.

Cobble Hill »

The city installed the new regulations on Court Street to stop rampant double parking

Flatiron »

The university is turning the block between Third and Lexington avenues into a pedestrian plaza.

Times Square & Theater District »

The city has yet to hire a company to work on the overhaul.

Williamsburg »

The plaza would open near Peter Luger Steakhouse and the Williamsburg Arts and Historical Center.

Kips Bay »

J.D. Carlisle told CB6 it would yank its support for another project unless the market was pushed out.

Upper West Side »

The DOT wants to extend the Columbus Avenue lane all the way from 110th Street to 65th Street.

Upper West Side »

The Upper West Side Streets Renaissance wants to install more than 90 new bike racks in the area.

Upper West Side »

A restaurateur has suggested turning a car parking spot into a lockup for 10 bikes.

Longwood »

Despite DOT installations, traffic problems persist at a bustling five-way intersection in Longwood.

Union Square »

The city, truck driver and truck manufacturer could have prevented Roxana Buta's death, her mother says.

Sunset Park »

Brooklyn's Community Board 7 rejected a plan to extend a network of bicycle lanes into Sunset Park.

Springfield Gardens »

The city is beginning work on an upgrade to Springfield Gardens' water and sewer infrastructure.

Sunset Park »

Construction on both ends of the Gowanus means increased traffic congestion.