The commissioner of the New York City Department of Transportation wants more speed cameras put in school zones and more red-light cameras at dangerous intersections. But the city can't do this without permission from Albany.
The Department of Transportation is considering two plans to stop double and even triple parking on the Upper East Side.
Outdoor dining structures have become a fixture on NYC's streets, but the transit workers union is taking issue with some of them, saying they're blocking bus lanes.
The city's bridges are back to being packed full during the morning rush, and cyclists say motorcycles and mopeds are invading their already narrow pathways.
Restaurants will have to rearrange their curbside setups again if they want to continue serving customers in New York City this winter.
The shared moped service Revel, which suspended service in New York City, is returning to city streets with new rules including a 21-question safety test, the company announced Thursday.
Restaurants, nail and tanning salons, and tattoo parlors across New York City are patiently awaiting the beginning of Phase Three of reopening, currently scheduled for July 6.
After months of alternate side parking rules mostly suspended, they're back in effect starting Monday, June 22.
A pedestrian was struck and killed in Kew Gardens, Queens Monday morning. The man was hit by a vehicle in front of 124-50 Metropolitan Avenue at about 6:30 a.m.
Weeks after New York City's streets were left almost barren by the coronavirus shutdown, cars are returning to the roads once again.
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic no pedestrian has been struck and killed by a vehicle in New York City-- the longest period without a pedestrian fatality since the city began tracking those deaths in 1983.
With so many people staying home, traffic in New York City has never been lighter, leading to some drivers taking advantage by breaking the speed limit across the city and an increase in speeding tickets.
New York City will open some streets to pedestrians only during the pandemic.
You may have figured far fewer cars on the streets would make New York City safer, but in reality, since the lockdown began the city has found speeding has grown as much as 200 percent in some places. Now, officials are reminding drivers that observing the speed limit is a small, simple sacrifice during the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials are reminding drivers in New York City to be careful on the roads, as a lack of traffic due to the coronavirus pandemic has led to a spike in speeding incidents across the city.
Queens Boulevard was once called the “Boulevard of Death,” but it may soon be known as the Boulevard of Bikes if a new plan by proposed by the Department of Transportation goes through.
A plan to add a bike lane to a service lane along Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills is drawing sharp pushback from local residents.
The Garment District and the Department of Transportation have unveiled their latest interactive art installation, called “Impulse” on Broadway between 37th and 38th Street.
An expert panel is recommending rebuilding the aging Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
The Garment District an the New York City Department of Transportation have unveiled "Impulse," a art installation made up of twelve seesaws.