Mayor de Blasio Expands Open Streets, Restaurants, Announces More Locations For Outdoor Dining And Recreation

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced four more locations for car-free outdoor dining on weekends, expanding the popular Open Streets: Restaurants program to 89 streets citywide. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces Locations For Expansions Of Outdoor Dining Options From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor de Blasio today revealed the first 22 locations for the expansion of outdoor dining options under an initiative that combines two popular programs, Open Streets and Open Restaurants. Continue Reading →

Council Bill To Remove Roadblocks For Restaurant Outdoor Cafes From Harlem To Hollis

New Yorkers may see more outdoor cafes open in their neighborhoods when restrictions on in-person dining at city restaurants are lifted as the city rebounds from its coronavirus outbreak. Continue Reading →

As Daylight Saving Time Ends Mayor de Blasio Announces Return Of “Dusk And Darkness” Safety Campaign

Mayor Bill de Blasio, Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg and NYPD officials today launched the City’s fourth annual Dusk and Darkness campaign.

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NYC Greenlights Amsterdam Avenue Bike Lanes In Harlem

The city will move forward with a plan to make safety improvements and add bike lanes to a dangerous stretch of Amsterdam Avenue in Harlem despite local community board’s opposition, city officials announced Thursday. Continue Reading →

NYC Appoints East Harlem’s Melissa Mark-Viverito Transportation Advisory Group

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg appointed former East Harlem Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and State Senator Michael Gianaris to the Metropolitan Transportation Sustainability Advisory Workgroup. Continue Reading →


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