NYC's 'Trick-or-Streets' returns this weekend

The initiative, which started last year, is helping New Yorkers celebrate Halloween by expanding car-free pedestrian spaces for families and trick-or-treaters.

NYC unveils traffic safety initiative for darker months

The New York City Department of Transportation has unveiled its new “Dusk and Darkness” campaign, part of a multi-agency effort to educate New Yorkers on the dangers of traveling in the darkness and enforce traffic safety laws.

Manhattan's Third Avenue to be redesigned with bike lanes

Third Avenue is made up of four vehicle lanes, two parking lanes, and one bus lane. NYCDOT is looking at transforming the artery into two vehicle lanes, two bus lanes, a bike path, and widened sidewalks.

NYC traffic violence is 'public health crisis,' official says

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.