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Mayor de Blasio signs legislation for NYC speed cameras

The new law allows the city to preserve and expand speed cameras near schools.

City Council considers car-free school zones if speed cameras aren’t reinstated

A ban on cars in certain school zones is not off the table

Lower East Side activists continue the fight for Rivington House

The former nursing home will go residential after a controversial sale

Transit advocates continue to push New York pols on speed camera legislation

Activists walked the length of a full marathon around State Senator Marty Golden’s office in protest on Thursday.

Here’s how NYC could improve its ailing bus service

It’s one way the city could potentially improve public transit service without Albany’s meddling

Today’s subway meltdown highlights the MTA’s larger communications problem

The need for clear communication of subway service changes has never been greater

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Who’s to blame for MTA’s declining ridership?

The MTA says ride-hailing services caused this year’s dip in ridership.

As speed camera deadline looms, advocates turn up heat on New York pols

If nothing is done, speed cameras will go away as of July 25.

Sunnyside’s protected bike lanes are a go with De Blasio’s support

The DOT will begin installing the new bike lanes this summer

NYC subway’s state of emergency happened one year ago—so how much has changed?

The MTA’s Subway Action Plan was implemented in July 2017, but has it helped the subway get better? It’s complicated.