State Police will be stepping up patrols to combat drunk and reckless driving from the evening on May 27 through the morning of May 31.
Ridership on the New York City Subway topped 3.6 million on May 18, the most since the pandemic began.
Lime, Scoot and Spin are now unveiling their new technology aimed at keeping the scooters off the sidewalks. The systems allow the scooters to buzz along in the green lane, but slow to 5 miles per hour if they cross onto the sidewalk.
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 local police said they were investigating the "sudden death" of the three Americans, and it remains unclear how the individuals died.
The CDC is doubling down on its recommendation that Americans keep wearing well-fitting masks when inside airports and stations, and on planes, trains, buses, and other mass transit.
The NYPD is planning to crack down on ATVs and illegal dirt bikes as riders roar through the city's streets and sidewalks.
The investment will advance the goals laid out in the NYC Streets Plan to rapidly build out critical street safety and public transportation infrastructure.
Melvin Townsend III has been convicted of fraud, grand theft, burglary, possession of controlled substances and trafficking in stolen property. The 36-year-old was also incarcerated for 20 months in 2009 and again in 2019 for 15 months.
The latest data from Waze shows the five U.S. cities experiencing the worst traffic hikes between July 2021 and March 2022.
There is alarming new data showing pedestrian deaths are on the rise in New York City. So far, 2022 has had the deadliest beginning to any year for pedestrians since 2014.
The poll finds that despite opposition to the requirement that included verbal abuse and physical violence against flight attendants, 56% of Americans favor requiring people on planes, trains and public transportation to wear masks.
Call it "mask confusion" as a dizzying set of rule updates on mask mandates in the New York City region are leaving travelers unclear where and when they need to mask up.
Major airlines and airports in places like Dallas, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Salt Lake City quickly switched to a mask-optional policy.
A decision by a federal judge in Florida to throw out a national mask mandate in public transportation across the U.S. has created a patchwork of rules that vary by location.
Although the federal government will not enforce the mask mandate for airlines and mass transit after a federal judge's ruling, the MTA is still requiring masks on New York City subways, buses, and commuter trains.
NJ Transit has announced that it will no longer enforce a mask mandate on its trains and buses.
The FAA said it proposed a civil penalty of $81,950 against a passenger who struck a flight attendant on the head, and a $77,272 fine against a woman who tried to open a cabin door during a flight.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced Friday that it has proposed the largest-ever fines against two passengers for alleged unruly behavior.
The Portal North Bridge project will build a new bridge over the Hackensack River in northern New Jersey to replace a 112-year-old swing bridge that occasionally becomes stuck after opening to allow boats to pass underneath.