Uptown Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez Issues A Statement On Bollards Bill

Uptowns Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez issued a statement on the eve of Introduction 1658 becoming law. Continue Reading →

Approaching Snow Coming To Harlem

125th Street BID reports that the New York City Department of Sanitation has issued a Snow Alert for Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 6 p.m. Continue Reading →

Major Announcement On Safety Bollards By Harlem Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez

By Ydanis Rodriguez

Today, January 2, 2018, the Administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Council announced a plan to bring permanent perimeter barriers, or “safety bollards”, to high-profile sites and to create a process to simplify their design and construction. Continue Reading →

City Wants Bike Lane Connecting Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park With Central Park

Patch reports that the city Department of Transportation is moving forward with Harlem bike lane improvements first proposed this summer. Continue Reading →

City To Extend Amsterdam Bike Lane In Harlem

The city Department of Transportation proposed extending the Amsterdam Avenue bike lane — which currently spans West 76th to 110th streets — as far as West 162nd Street in Washington Heights. Continue Reading →

Harlem Woman Wants Park lights To Go On Earlier

parks-in-harlemCarmen Peguero walks to the subway every morning and night at 135th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue to get to the subway in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Harlem City Council Speaker Mark-Viverito Gets The Fix In Harlem

Melissa-Mark-Viverito-IOU_7934City Council Speakers are just like all the rest of us — they’re told to direct their complaints to the 311 black hole, too. Continue Reading →

Inexpensive Flights To Cuba Are Coming—But When?

GettyImages-165624881As President Obama makes his historic trip to Cuba this week, interest in travel to the island nation is surging, with search engine Hopper reporting a 500 percent increase in search activity on various online agencies over the last year. Continue Reading →