Nassau County's decision to roll back its speed camera programs may have been been a good near-term political move, but it's bad news for its finances
The administration has informed people in the taxi industry that it intends to move forward with a Bloomberg-era plan to replace most existing taxis with a uniform 'Taxi of Tomorrow'
'I’m ... proud to be in such company as my former boss and our former president Bill Clinton'
Sixty-seven percent of New York City voters think Mayor Bill de Blasio should back away from his plan to banish carriage horses.
At a Real Estate Board of New York luncheon on Tuesday, planning commissioner Carl Weisbrod alluded to plans for a new effort to rezone the Garment District
'Now we have the empirical backup to do the enforcement'
Former secretary of state makes her first comments about the Senate intelligence committee's report on the C.I.A.'s use of torture
Poll commissioned by Move NY finds 45 percent support plan to balance the cost of tolls on the city's bridges and tunnels