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Midland Beach »

The lawmakers called on the city to add stop signs to a crash-prone stretch of the road.

Clinton Hill »

The DOT wants to add a two-way bike lane to Clinton Avenue between Flushing and Gates avenues.

Astoria »

Transportation advocates say the intersection at 21st Street and 30th Road was long a problem spot.

Astoria »

The project will tackle a portion of the roadway between Honeywell Street and Broadway.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Peatónito, a traffic safety advocate and real-life superhero from Mexico City, visited NY.

Long Island City »

Parents and local leaders will rally Friday to erect a homemade stop sign on 5th Street and 46th Avenue.

Crown Heights »

A CB8 committee approved the DOT plan, but rejected a turn restriction on Utica Avenue, the board said.

Bushwick »

Iriving, Knickerbocker, Jefferson and Hancock are slated for new bike lanes, according to the DOT.

Midtown »

The table fell from 530 Seventh Ave. at West 39th Street, officials said.

Crown Heights »

Police arrested a driver and are looking for another, the NYPD said.

Long Island City »

Mayor de Blasio allocated nearly $30 million this year to reconstruct streets in Hunters Point and LIC.

Crown Heights »

The new DOT plan would also limit a turn at Utica Avenue, one of the borough's most dangerous crossings.

Park Slope »

Times Plaza, where Fourth Avenue, Atlantic Avenue and Flatbush Avenue meet, is about to be redesigned.

Prospect Heights »

This year's budget includes money for the tiny public spaces between Prospect Heights and Park Slope.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Residents say the left turn from the Manhattan Bridge onto Concord Street is dangerous for pedestrians.