Late last year, the city repaved 96th Street from Central Park West to West End Avenue, known as one of the most dangerous stretches of road in the neighborhood. But for months, workers didn’t add lane lines or crosswalks, causing consternation among residents there.
Well, the wait is over now. In the past few days, the city has painted in the crosswalks. The Department of Transportation, which previously blamed bad weather in part for the delays, did not respond to our latest questions about the timing.
Photos by Lisa Kava.