More New Yorkers are using New York City's recreation centers now that the city has lowered rates for people between 18 and 24 years old
The city will delay implementation of a late-Bloomberg-era regulation that was intended to salvage the Taxi of Tomorrow program
'I've said very simply, you know, we should not have horse carriages on the streets of New York City,' the mayor said.
Promised carriage ban is late in coming, and has put council members in a bind
Traffic fatalities went up in the fiscal year that ended in June, compared to last, according to the mayor's management report, which he's required to release every year.
Undeterred by local protests, on Wednesday morning the federal government launched a contest to distribute $1 billion in disaster relief money to resiliency projects nationwide
Mayor Bloomberg's former taxi commissioner, David Yassky, is now working as an advisor to Lyft, the taxi app
"One of the biggest problems that Downtown Brooklyn faces...is the 4, 5, 6 train coming out of Lexington [Avenue]," said Economic Development Corporation president Kyle Kimball Tuesday morning
On Tuesday, the Brooklyn Public Library's full board will vote on a proposal by Hudson Inc. to redevelop its Brooklyn Heights branch at the base of a luxury apartment building