The DOT wants to extend the Columbus Avenue lane all the way from 110th Street to 65th Street.
The Upper West Side Streets Renaissance wants to install more than 90 new bike racks in the area.
A restaurateur has suggested turning a car parking spot into a lockup for 10 bikes.
Bikers have clamored for an increase in bike lanes to keep pace with other areas.
The DOT is hiring "bike inspectors" to combat bad delivery bikers with door-to-door restaurant visits.
Upper West Side drivers could see the speed limits drop from 30 mph to 20 mph under a bid by advocates.
Cycling advocates reminded bikers and walkers to share a popular Riverside Park path.
The Riverside Park path shared by cyclists, pedestrians and dog walkers at West 72nd Street is still a problem area.
The Central Park Conservancy will open two paths to crosstown bike traffic early this summer.
FDNY officials on the Upper West Side say they're worried bike lanes could hinder their ability to fight fires.
Cyclists said Columbus Avenue's new bike lane will lead to safer streets for all, not just bike riders.
Cyclists gathered Thursday to celebrate Columbus Avenue's new bike lane.
The city offered a solution on Monday to ease tensions between pedestrians, dog walkers and cyclists in Riverside Park.
The Parks Department is asking cyclists to get off their bikes in Riverside Park to prevent future conflicts with dog walkers.
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