The 78th Precinct asked the DOT to install a bike parking corral in front of their stationhouse.
The new bike corrals will replace four vehicle parking spaces on Vanderbilt and Washington avenues.
Milk Bar and three other local businesses have asked the DOT for bike corrals, the department said.
The rack is close to the 82nd Street 7 train station.
The area's first bike corral will be reviewed Wednesday night, but more are needed, locals say.
The Department of Transportation will present a proposal for the bike parking Thursday night.
A year after a bitter battle over bike parking on Franklin Avenue, more bike corrals have been proposed.
Easy-to-cycle-to brunch spots in Brooklyn that are near bike parking facilities.
Bike lanes through Park Slope and the waterfront were approved, but not parking on Columbia Street.
Proposed corrals would replace six car parking spots with 45 bike slots.
New bike lanes are planned for Union and Sackett streets between Third Avenue and Van Brunt Street.
The pizzeria plans to install four bike racks on Moore Street.
A restaurateur has suggested turning a car parking spot into a lockup for 10 bikes.
The local community board denied Queens Kickshaw's request for a bike corral.
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