The Manhattan M66 and M42 bus routes are the slowest in New York City, and the Manhattan M4 is the least reliable, according to the New York Public Interest Research Group and Transportation Alternatives.
The Lower East Side Tenement Museum tells stories of 97 Orchard Street in Manhattan, New York.
Toll collections will resume at two bridges in the storm-damaged Rockaways section of Queens.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants huge electrical transformers hauled to upper floors of commercial buildings, the ability to shutter subways, tunnels and airports from flood waters, and health facility backup power sources placed on higher ground as part of a $9 billion plan to protect New York City from the next superstorm.
A new report shows more New Yorkers are turning to food pantries and soup kitchens.
A new poll shows New Yorkers believe New Jersey Governor Chris Christie handled Sandy best, followed by President Obama.
Participants at New York City's Veterans Day Parade will collect coat donations for Superstorm Sandy victims and others in need.
Marchers along the Fifth Avenue route on Sunday will collect the donations for the New York Cares Coat Drive. The coats will be deposited in trucks at the parade.
Grand marshals at the parade will include former Mayor Edward Koch. He served in the Army during World War II and worked on behalf of Vietnam Veterans as mayor.
New York City is making changes to its garbage collections to ensure that around-the-clock cleanup continues in hard-hit neighborhoods.
Morning rush-hour traffic appears thicker than on a normal day as people start to return to work in a New York without subways.