One way to understand a city is through the numbers. We examine them to show how New York's environment, traffic, gun violence, food prices and tourism marketing affect you.
Families of pedestrians and cyclists killed by cars say it is painful when coverage blames the victim.
Freight rail advocates see a golden opportunity for growth along the Bay Ridge Branch of the New York & Atlantic Railway.
Canarsie is the latest Brooklyn neighborhood to petition for a ferry stop. But not all residents think it's a good idea.
A Queens bus company involved in a fatal crash in Flushing in 2017 has committed 13 violations in several states since then — including citations for falsely reporting how long its drivers had been behind the wheel.
A deadly Queens intersection where an airport worker was run down and killed five years ago still lacks a simple crosswalk, despite a 2016 study that identified the crossing as a “high-crash location.”
A drab stretch of roadway is the flashpoint in a rift between the Brooklyn Terminal Market and drivers of tractor-trailers who are being ticketed for illegal parking.
Our reporters examine how E-hail companies upended the NYC taxi business – exacting a rising human and economic toll.