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Astoria »

Kids at P.S. 166 have recess just twice a week, parents said.

Sunnyside »

Students from P.S. 343 rallied Monday to call for a traffic light on 47th Avenue at 42nd Street.

Nolita »

Commuter van services catering to Chinatown elderly for more than a decade say they're wrongly ticketed.

Windsor Terrace »

The Department of Transportation could install 15 speed humps to slow traffic in Windsor Terrace.

Upper East Side »

A series of traffic improvements are slated for intersections along Third and Second avenues, DOT said.

Astoria »

The Oct. 28 meeting follows recent calls from elected officials to curb speeding drivers in the area.

Corona »

Assemblyman Francisco Moya offered three ideas for a controversial city plan to change 111th Street.

Long Island City »

The Connected Vehicle project aims to alert drivers to potential hazards and make city streets safer.

Ditmars »

Readers are split on whether the waterfront street should close to traffic, as one lawmaker proposed.

East Village »

Since the program began in early 2014, almost a million violations have been issued.

Upper East Side »

New stations opened at East 67th Street and Lexington Avenue and West 63rd Street and Broadway.

Upper East Side »

Workers mistakenly painted straight arrows at several intersections along Lexington Avenue.

Prospect Heights »

New islands and turn restrictions are in place at Washington and Underhill avenues in Prospect Heights.

Ditmars »

A petition is looking to keep cars on the street after a local politician asked the city to ban them.

Ditmars »

Assemblywoman Simotas wants to ban all but emergency vehicles between Astoria Park South and Ditmars.