They denounce empty Citi Bike stations in Upper Manhattan

Citi Bike’s bike rental program expanded its services in Upper Manhattan with stations throughout Washington Heights and Inwood. But the residents of the area often wonder where the bicycles are: “They are not always full. So, my opinion is that this is a lot of nuisance and does not benefit at all.” Someone else adds: […]

They plan to reduce travel time between Connecticut and NYC

They present a new million-dollar plan to reduce commuting time for commuters traveling from Connecticut to the city. The Connecticut governor made the announcement Monday. He points out that the project aims to reduce travel time to New York by up to 25 minutes, by 2035. The plan will cost between $ 8,000 and $ […]

NYC Restores Staten Island Ferry Night Service

Bill de Blasio, Mayor of New York, dedicated his opening message to urge New Yorkers to go to the polls on this primary election day. He announced that this summer the night service of the ferry From Staten Island: Starting August 16, shuttle service will be every 30 minutes. During his participation, Staten Island County […]

Record number of passengers in a day in New York subway

The metro reaches a new record in the number of passengers, for the second day in a row, since the start of the pandemic. More than 2.4 million users traveled on the trains this Thursday. Last Wednesday, subway received 2 million 380,000 users. Before the pandemic, on average more than 5.5 million people used the […]

‘Worrying’ says MTA about bus crash video

A new video raises questions about the bus that crashed into a Brooklyn home Monday, injuring more than a dozen. A video from inside the bus shows the moments before the crash and the driver is seen trying to pull an emergency air brake to adjust his seat and his belongings: a bag next to […]

The vehicle will only have to be moved one day a week

Although the sign on 104th Street in East Harlem still indicates that the sweeper runs on Mondays and Fridays, drivers now only have to move their vehicles one day a week. Since starting this Monday, the parking rules re-enter into force after months of not being in effect due to the pandemic. “I think not […]

MTA bus crashes into Brooklyn apartment building

An MTA bus crashed into an apartment building in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, leaving at least 17 people injured, according to the FDNY. The accident happened on Lincoln Road just before 2 p.m. Monday. The FDNY says the injuries are not life threatening. FDNY members continue to operate on scene of a MTA bus into an […]

Plans advance to remodel the bus terminal in NYC

The Port Authority is moving forward with its plans to remodel the bus terminal in Midtown, considered the busiest in the world, with new green spaces and more amenities for travelers. The agency announced a federal environmental approval process that will take place in four public meetings later this month. This, as part of an […]

New York street named in honor of Celia Cruz

Celia Cruz already has her own street in New York, the city that saw her sing countless times and where she rests in peace. Local politicians and friends of the late Salsa Queen on Wednesday unveiled a new sign with the words Celia Cruz Way on a street in the Bronx, also known as “salsa […]

More bike racks installed in NYC

Jim Burke frequently travels the bike lane at 34th Avenue and says he feels safer leaving his bike parked in a designated space: “Much better, much faster. Before, you had to find a stick or something to put on. his bike but not there now, done”. The space occupied by Burke’s bike is part of […]