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Feb 7, 2013

Bellevue Hospital Center Re-Opens With Full Ambulance and Level 1 Trauma Services

Alan D. Aviles, President of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC), announced today that Bellevue Hospital Center has fully re-opened, resuming its Level 1 Trauma Center status, opening all 828 inpatient beds, and once again filling a critical healthcare need for the community.
Feb 5, 2013

East vs. West Battle Brews

A plan to rezone a large swath of midtown east to allow a new generation of super-skyscrapers could cost the city dearly unless the plan can be delayed, according to critics of the project who cite threats to the redevelopment of the Hudson Yards area west of Penn Station.
Jan 8, 2013

Department Of Transportation Unveils New Style Of Parking Signs

Department of Transportation officials unveiled in Midtown on Monday a new set of parking signs they say are much simpler and less wordy than the old ones.
Jan 8, 2013

DOT unveils 6,300 new, clearer parking signs

The confusing, hard-to-read parking signs that make drivers in Manhattan crazy received a makeover Monday.
Jan 8, 2013

A good sign at last

Jan 8, 2013

City Shows Off Simplified Street Signs

Unveiling a newly streamlined street sign in Midtown, Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan did not risk under-selling the faults of the old parking placards it will eventually replace.
Jan 8, 2013

New Parking Signs Will Make NYC Drivers Less ‘Crazy’

Parking in midtown Manhattan will be smoother after 6,300 old signs are replaced with new, easier to read signs.
Jan 8, 2013

New York City unveils new, simplified parking signs

One of the city’s most daunting challenges — decoding parking regulation signs — is getting easier in parts of Manhattan.

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