The six-lane Bruckner Boulevard has one of the highest traffic volumes in the city, and was the scene for three vehicular deaths in March and April. As a result, neighbors and elected officials are demanding that the city make some changes to improve lives for pedestrians.
Pollution from exhaust fumes has long presented a major health hazard for residents of the South Bronx, but a new initiative by the fire department aims to put a dent in local carbon emissions, at the cost of a few parking spaces.
The MTA recently announced it will allocate $45 million from its 2016 Capital Budget to replace the old elevator, and build a new one on the east side of the Concourse.
A joint investigation by NYPD and the New York State attorney general’s office alleges that a criminal ring used a lot at 380 Bruckner Boulevard in Mott Haven to stash stolen luxury vehicles before shipment abroad.
Unnerved by the Sept. 21 slaying of one of their own over a fare dispute, Guinean taxi drivers in the South Bronx are urging the city to implement tougher safety measures—including a rethink of stop-and-frisk.
“Run Wild,” an exhibit featuring the work of 50 artists at Wallworks Gallery through July 11, is a celebration of graffiti’s most visible era, the 1970s, when it was ubiquitous on subways and buildings around the city.