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Tottenville »

Councilman Matteo and BP Oddo announced the tentative list of roads scheduled to be repaved this year.

Corona »

City officials anticipate more potholes will emerge as the seasons change.

Port Richmond »

The truck will cut down on the amount of time it takes the city to fix large areas of damaged road.

West Harlem »

A new study estimates that more than $47B would be needed to fix the city's infrastructure problems.

Astoria »

Costa Constantinides' bill would mandate potholes be filled days after a complaint is made.

Chelsea »

Bloomberg's friends asked him to have bike stations moved away from their homes, emails show.  

Inwood »

The city has promised to finally fix a Vermilyea Avenue sinkhole that has been popping up for years.

New Dorp & South Beach »

Staten Island had the highest ratio of property-damage claims against the city in fiscal year 2011.

New York City »

The city's plan to fund 'unglamorous' projects includes road repair and other infrasturcture fixes.

Astoria »

One of Astoria’s major streets, 31st Street, is being repaved to fix a series of potholes.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Half of the street damage on the Upper West Side doesn't get reported to 311, according to a new report by City Councilwoman Gale Brewer's office.

Manhattan »

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer claims more than 130 pothole complaints his office filed through 311 online have disappeared from the system.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

A new conservancy dedicated to improving the esplanade from East 60th to 125th streets will debut May 21.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Deep gouges on Second Avenue, from 90th to 96th streets, are wreaking havoc on cars, pedestrians.