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DUMBO »

Advocates Propose Protected Bike Lane on Jay Street

The bike lane would run along Jay Street from the Manhattan Bridge entrance to Fulton Street. 

Financial District »

Cracked Citi Bike Seats Leave Riders' Pants Soaked After Storms, Users Say

Many of the Citi Bikes docked Downtown have cracked seats that absorb water during rainstorms.

Upper West Side »

New York City Triathlon to Cause Obstacle Course for West Side Drivers

Several west side and Bronx roads will be closed on Aug. 3.

Jamaica »

How You Can Get Around in Case of a Long Island Rail Road Strike

DNAinfo has rounded up a list of transportation alternatives in case the LIRR strike freezes trains.

Prospect Heights »

Where to Bike in Brooklyn This Weekend

We found the best events for cyclists young and old in and around the borough.

Washington Heights »

Man Struck and Killed by Amtrak Train in WaHi, Officials Say

Service on the passenger railway was suspended both ways.

Prospect Heights »

Get a Free Bike Helmet at Brooklyn Public Library

The giveaway will occur from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, before this weekend's "Bike the Branches" tour.

Upper East Side »

Furniture Repairman Makes House Calls on Bike Lugging 100 Pounds of Tools

Saul Shapiro brings his leather-repair service to clients by bicycle, saving customers cash.

Tottenville »

ATV Rider Beats Man Who Tried to Stop Him Entering Park, Police Say

The attack follows the beating of an SUV driver by a gang of bikers in Washington Heights in September.

Williamsburg »

Dutch-Designed Wooden Bike Hits NYC Streets

A company from the Netherlands is premiering its wooden bike in the U.S. in the Big Apple.

Washington Heights »

Charges Increased on Undercover Cop Involved in SUV Attack

NYPD Det. Wojciech Braszczok was arraigned on charges of gang assault, assault and criminal mischief.  

Fort Greene »

Brooklyn Masseur Schleps Massage Table to House Calls by Bike

Fort Greene dad Kip Yates lugs a 30-pound trailer packed with his table, linens and lotions.

Long Island City »

Construction Begins on Luxury $157M Bike-Friendly LIC Building

A luxury rental building is scheduled to open in Queens Plaza in 18 months. 

Upper West Side »

Restaurants Get 3,000 Tix for Breaking Bike Laws in Just Four Months

The city DOT started issuing fines in April to restaurants whose delivery workers broke bike rules.

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