De Blasio: NYC to Fully Reopen by July 1st

New York City is set to “fully reopen” by July, according to Mayor Bill De Blasio. After over a year of remote learning, curfews, no or limited indoor dining and other COVID-19 restrictions, de Blasio confidently made the announcement Thursday on Morning Joe.

New EZ-Pass Toll Rates To Go Into Effect April 11th

The MTA is reminding motorists that on Sunday, April 11, tolls on MTA Bridges and Tunnels’ nine NYC tolled crossings are increasing along with the creation of a new mid-tier toll rate for those with E-ZPass tags issued through the New York Service Center who mount their E-ZPass tags improperly. The toll increase and the new toll tier were adopted by the MTA Board on Feb. 18.

High Wind Warning For New York City

A Special Weather Statement has been published for New York City as high winds are expected through Saturday morning. According to the statement, winds are expected to range between 20mph and 30mph, with gusts possibly as high as 45mph.

March 14th in NYC, A Day of Remembrance For Those Lost

This year, March 14th will be a day of remembrance in New York City, as we honor the many New Yorkers who passed away during the pandemic. The New York City Mayor’s Office will be hosting an official memorial event on this day, and will include a memorial with photos and names of those lost.

New York City Schools To Get Solar Panels

The NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) and the New York Power Authority (NYPA) today announced the selection of two firms to install rooftop solar arrays on nearly 50 public schools across the five boroughs, as well as city water treatment plants.