Department of Sanitation
NYC’s Second Snow Day of 2024 Brings Clearer Bike Lanes
The bridge bike lanes were in better shape than last month.
No Parking: City is Expanding Harlem Trash Containerization — And Getting the Trucks to Do It Right
It's a major improvement and expansion on a successful pilot that put garbage where it belongs in the curb lane, officials announced on Thursday.
Long-Delayed Business Waste Program to Start Later This Year
The Department of Sanitation has announced the chosen private haulers for a program that will launch later this year.
Cyclists, Delivery Workers Fume After City Fails to Clear Icy Bridge Paths
Bike commuters and delivery workers faced treacherous, unplowed pathways on the four East River bridges long after it stopped snowing.
No License Plates? No Problem! Scofflaw Drivers Remove Tags Yet Rarely Get Caught
Cars without license plates are everywhere in New York City, but the Adams administration is failing to crack down on them, allowing tens of thousands of drivers to dodge accountability in the city each year.
2023 in Review: Here are the Year’s Biggest Livable Streets Victories…
There was a raft of promising advances for the livable streets movement — but which one was the best? Vote today.
Sanitation Promises to Plow Bike Lanes at the Same Time As Roads
Drivers will no longer take priority over cyclists for snow removal, Sanitation Commissioner Jessica Tisch said on Wednesday.
Adams: Eliminating ‘Parking’ for Trash is ‘Small Price to Pay’
Let's hope Hizzoner still feels that way when angry motorists throw a fit about the loss of "parking."
It’s Starting: City Unveils Trash Containerization for Smaller Buildings
If you're in a building with nine or fewer units, get ready for wheelie bins for trash.