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.
Four years into Vision Zero, New York City has achieved a historic low in pedestrian traffic deaths. But how many more people will die in crashes that safe-streets advocates argue are preventable?