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Moped and E-Bike Safety Legislation Becomes State Law

Retailers must register mopeds at the point of sale, in addition to giving new owners safety information, under new legislation signed by Gov. Hochul on Thursday.

July 12, 2024

Roadway Dining May See Dramatic Decline Under Eric Adams As Deadline Looms

Fewer than two dozen restaurants are in the pipeline for roadside seating, according to public records.

July 12, 2024

Friday’s Headlines: Department of Victim Blaming Edition

Traffic deaths in the city are on pace to reach their highest number since at least 2013 — and DOT is reportedly blaming "jaywalking." Plus more news.

July 12, 2024

DOT Seeks New Camera Enforcement Contract to Better Catch Obscured License Plates

The city's current contractor has let hundreds of thousands of reckless drivers off the hook.

July 11, 2024

Transit-Oriented Bronx Developments Will Have Ample Parking, Developers Tell Council

"Transit-oriented" development near the MTA's new Metro-North stations may include as many as 200 parking spaces each despite the city's move to waive parking minimums.

July 10, 2024

DOT Upgrades Vernon Blvd. Protected Bike Lane by Astoria’s Rainey Park

DOT finished installed protected bike lane upgrades on the blocks south of Costco on Vernon Boulevard last month.

July 9, 2024

Mayor Adams Once Praised Eighth Ave. Sidewalk Expansions He Now Wants to ‘Relook At’

Adams praised the sidewalk extensions while literally standing in them back in 2022.

July 8, 2024

‘Bedford Slip’ Plaza Returns Full-Time To Greenpoint For G Train Shutdown

The northernmost block of of Bedford Avenue in Greenpoint will be an around-the-clock pedestrian plaza through at least Aug. 12.

July 8, 2024

DOT Plans Third Avenue Complete Street Expansion in Harlem

The city is floating plans to extend bus lanes and bike lanes north up Third Avenue from 96th Street to 128th street.

July 5, 2024

Mayor Adams May Nix Sidewalk Expansions on Bustling Eighth Ave.

Pedestrian crowding on Eighth Avenue used to be so bad that people were forced to walk in the street — but Adams is casting doubt on efforts to give people more space to walk.

July 5, 2024