If you got a ticket from a New York State Trooper recently in New York City and thought that traffic tickets from the state are on the rise in this area, then you’d be right: they totally are. By a massive percentage, too.
New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced today that the state is accepting applications from companies to test autonomous cars on public roads.
Maybe it seems like New York City hates cars so much because it tickets the shit out of them. Over half of the revenue raised by fines last year were because of parking tickets. I guess the city is trying to tell me not to drive here.
When a parking garage collapsed in New York City, an employee of the garage told local station CBS New York it would be at least three days before engineers could make the garage safe enough for owners to check the fates of their cars. That was in February. There are reportedly more than 40 cars still inside.
Amtrak police fired a taser on two suspects in New York City’s Penn Station, leading to chaos and confusion as unfounded reports of gunfire spread, causing massive crowds of people to rush out of the station Friday night.
A man who fell in between a subway platform and a train and was crushed 167 times by the platform extender was granted $10 million by a jury yesterday.
While everyone else with morals and reason was asleep, unknown vandals forkjacked a forklift and went on a rampage in Brooklyn Bridge Park this past weekend. One Nissan Leaf was tragically lost in the incident, may it forever RIP In Peace.
New Jersey State Police and the FBI are searching for Ahmad Khan Rahami, a suspect in the Manhattan bombing explosion from Saturday night. Authorities believe he’s driving a blue 2003 Honda Civic with New Jersey plate no. D63EYB.
A giant BMW X5 was swallowed right up on the streets of New York City on Tuesday after a water main broke on the Upper West Side, opening a sinkhole.
Recently, footage of a woman melting down on a New York City subway while trying to sell bugs went viral. There wasn’t much context until Friday, when the woman behind the stunt—who, not according to plan, peed during it—admitted it was a prank intended to bring awareness to homelessness and mental health.
A crazed woman trying to sell bugs on the D train last night got heckled, freaked out, and then threw bugs on everyone, as the New York Post reports. If you’re wondering what it’s like to live and commute in the New York City subway system, here you go.
In case you didn’t catch the mood from the headline, the news wasn’t good.
With public transportation so far-reaching in Manhattan on top of the arduous task of actually keeping a car in the city, gas stations aren’t places that most New Yorkers visit regularly. But for the city’s taxis and the few who do own cars, gas stations like the Mobil Station on Eighth Avenue and 13th Street in…
Everyone says New York City is very un-car-friendly. But that doesn’t stop some cool stuff from showing up. Come take a walk with us as we hunt for cars.
Anyone who has been away from their car for a while knows the joy of being reunited with it. The familiarity hits on all of the senses: the scent of the interior, the feel of the wheel, the sound of the engine. Even the radio station you left it on, if you’re prone to that, which I am. Some people are more possessive…
Cops, panicked, jog by. A Range Rover swerves through an alley, screeches to a halt and backs into a police car. Metal crunches, glass shatters, and in the background a familiar accent is shouting for the cops to “shoot him! Shoot him!” This isn’t a movie. It’s just another Monday in New York City.
Nothing screams “America” like hopping on your skis or snowboard to shred through the streets of New York City while holding the Stars and Stripes. With a Jeep Wrangler as your chaperone. In the middle of a snowstorm.
New York City recently went from concrete jungle to the North Pole with skyscrapers, accumulating over 20 inches of snow in the midst of a major snowstorm. As a result, the state governor called for a cease-all on travel beginning later today.
New York City is the largest, wealthiest city in the United States of America, the richest, most powerful country in the world. Captains of New York finance move billions with the click of a button, and drive down heralded streets like Fifth Avenue. So why can’t the people who make its manhole covers afford any shoes?