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Long Island City »

The neighborhood has a growing pedestrian population, as more residential buildings and hotels move in.

East Village »

Alexandra McArthur, 25, is on a mission to make the East Village more accessible to those in wheelchairs.

TriBeCa »

The city is covering part of Franklin Street in a painted design to celebrate the launch of Citi Bike.

Midtown »

Portions of a station on Broadway were moved several feet uptown from 57th Street closer of 58th Street.

TriBeCa »

The Varick Street bike lane is part of a larger plan to add lanes from TriBeCa to Union Square.

Park Slope »

After tweaks by DOT, including removing some left turn bans, Community Board 6 approved the safety plan.

Sunnyside »

The DOT will install a number of shared and dedicated bike lanes in Western Queens by the year's end.

Rego Park »

The intersection of Junction Blvd. and the Horace Harding Expressway is dangerous, pol says.  

Chinatown »

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

Inwood »

Traffic agents began enforcing the rules Monday, nearly two months after they were suspended in the area.

SoHo »

A group of angry residents filed a lawsuit demanding the city move a bike station from the SoHo park.

Park Slope »

On-street bike parking was installed on Union Street in front of Rose Water restaurant.

DUMBO »

Tourists are writing their names on the span's beams and stone towers to memorialize their experience.

Inwood »

Alternate side enforcement is set to go back in effect June 24.

Long Island City »

Community members say they want bike sharing in Astoria, Long Island City, Woodside and Sunnyside.