DOT workers clear residential debris in Breezy Point, Queens.
The Queens Arterial Emergency Response unit, based out of Harper Street Yard, prepares for a trip to the Rockaways after Hurricane Sandy.
Over 100 Staten Island Ferry crew members protected the boats during Hurricane Sandy. Read about their heroic efforts.
DOT Emergency Response Unit workers address damaged trees on Northern Blvd at the Grand Central Parkway entrance ramp after Hurricane Sandy.
A member of DOT’s Emergency Response Team surveys road conditions at DOT’s Traffic Management Center in Queens after Hurricane Sandy.
DOT workers helping to clear debris in the Rockaways, Queens, during a Nor’easter snowfall.
potholes repaired on Monday, November 26.DOT’s work to keep the streets smooth continues during Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts.
A DOT worker directs agency truck traffic on the street in the Midland Beach neighborhood of Staten Island.
DOT’s Central Depot 58th Street Crew installs containers for generators in Red Hook after Hurricane Sandy.
A member of DOT’s Queens Arterial Emergency Response Team prepares his truck to deliver goods to the Rockaways after Hurricane Sandy.
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