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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.
Jan 8, 2013

Parking Signs, Cluttered and Confusing for Decades, Are Revamped at Last

The signs have hung for years above the streetscape, their contents mirroring the city in which they stood: talky, colorful and a bit difficult to keep up with, especially after dark.
Dec 27, 2012

NYU Langone Resumes Inpatient Services at Tisch Hospital 12/27

Nov 26, 2012

Predicab price check: new bill halts exorbitant fees

The city is reining in rogue rickshaws with a new bill that passed a key City Council committee today.
Nov 26, 2012

Council Set For Pedicab Crackdown

The New York City Council is poised to approve legislation this week that could clear up a mystery that has flummoxed and frustrated tourists for years: the actual cost of a pedicab ride.
Nov 26, 2012

NYC Councilman Calls For Extension Of Moratorium On Evictions

New York City Council Member Dan Garodnick (D-4th) has called for a moratorium on evictions until Jan. 1 in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Nov 19, 2012

Councilman has a ‘fine’ idea for city merchants

City merchants could soon get the message that protects them from frivolous fines.

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