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Long Island City »

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

Civic Center »

Traffic deaths are down, but not by a significant enough percentage, advocates said.

Woodside »

The city will spend $115 million this year on additional traffic calming measures, the mayor said.

Civic Center »

Mayor Bill de Blasio has hailed his Vision Zero safety plan with reducing fatalities citywide.

Ditmars »

Local leaders have been calling for more lights on the street since a fatality there in 2009.

Woodside »

Queens Boulevard was ranked third on People for Bikes' annual list of best new bike lane projects.

East Elmhurst »

The Department of Transportation is hosting a public meeting in East Elmhurst Wednesday.

West Village »

Officials unveiled a redesigned corner, but have no plan for a requested overhaul of Seventh Ave. South.

Ditmars »

The DOT will not pursue a lawmaker's proposal to turn the street into a pedestrian walkway.

Flushing »

Ahmad Abu-Zayedeh will also pay Allison Liao's family 75 percent of his net worth under a settlement.

Sunnyside »

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

Astoria »

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

Astoria »

Advocates are pushing to get a traffic light installed on 21st Street at 33rd Road in Astoria.

Astoria »

Construction to install three curb extensions at the corner will start sometime in the next few months.

Long Island City »

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