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First it was bicycle lanes sandwiching Broadway along Van Cortlandt Park. Now, if the city’s transportation department gets its way, it could be bus lanes just a mile or so south in Marble Hill. more
John Kambouris worked hard to earn an “A” sanitation rating at Broadway Pizza & Pasta on West 231st Street, the restaurant his family has owned for two generations. He’s been through his fair share of inspections, and knows generally what city agents are looking for when they visit. more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has finally released its plans to overhaul its bus routes in the Bronx. But when it comes to service in this neck of the borough, not a lot is expected to change — except some stops are slated to go. more
Each time the 1 train passed overhead, Rafael Alvarez paused his speech out of fear the rumble of the El would drown out his voice. For Alvarez, his message of support for a commercial tenants rights bill needed to be heard. more
Every morning around 8:30, Eileen Remor steps onto the Bx7 bus at West 256th Street for a commute that takes her through Riverdale, down the hill, and finally to West 231st Street. There she hops off, making the quick walk toward Broadway to climb the steep stairs to the 1 train, which will finally get her to the Upper West Side. more
Have just $5 on a MetroCard? Forget about using a handful of quarters to make up the difference to the new rate of $6.75 on the BxM2. more
Successfully running a bodega, travel agency or any small business in the city can require heroic effort. But Josue Guerrero and his family have done just that at Yohan’s Deli & Grocery. more
Bus lines in the Bronx may change soon. And if they do, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority hopes it will be for the better. more
As the final days of March slipped by, one of the last original businesses in Skyview Shopping Center reluctantly closed its doors. For good. more
For years, Andrew Cohen has batted a thousand when it comes to tackling key environmental issues — at least in the eyes of the New York League of Conservation Voters. more
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