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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.


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.