A new bike lane on Ninth Avenue has yielded a dip in the number of parking spaces, hurting sales for Chelsea merchants, small business owners say.
The city is reviewing bids from private ferry operators to run a pilot prog…
The city is restoring the High Bridge, a National Historic Landmark that once provided a majestic pedestrian path between the Bronx and Manhattan. The span is set to reopen in 2011 - after more than 40 years.
Gov. Eliot Spitzer's executive order will give all New Yorkers the opportunity to apply for state driver's licenses without regard to immigration status. Immigrants are praising the measure, but critics say it presents national security issues.
Darnell Finisterre and three of his classmates at the School for Arts and Business in Corona have a bright future in advertising - and public safety. Their ad about the dangers of reckless driving beat out entries from 24 other city high schools last week to win the fourth annual Advertising Futures competition.
Second Avenue from 93rd to 97th streets is lined with pizzerias, supermarke…