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Crown Heights »

Lane of Car Traffic to Be Removed for Bike Lane in Crown Heights

The Franklin Avenue bike lane is set to stretch from Atlantic Avenue to Empire Boulevard.

Roosevelt Island »

Roosevelt Island Bridge Bike Lanes Too Dangerous to Use, Cyclists Say

The only path for bikers to ride off the island is slippery and filled with gravel, they said.

SoHo »

Lafayette Street Protected Bike Path Gets Unanimous CB 2 Committee Approval

The Transportation Committee approved a proposal to upgrade the buffered bike path to a protected one.

Upper West Side »

Amsterdam Avenue Redesign Approved by Community Board

The board agreed to ask the DOT to study the avenue with safety measures and a bike lane in mind. 

Upper West Side »

Controversial Amsterdam Ave. Bike Lane Decision Delayed

Testimony from the public at a CB7 meeting was so lengthy, the board decided to delay its vote. 

East Harlem »

East Harlem Businesses Celebrate Protected Bike Lanes With a Ride

Transportation Alternatives is hosting a ride Saturday to celebrate protected bike lanes in East Harlem.

Upper West Side »

Push for Amsterdam Avenue Bike Lane Gains Traction

Advocates pushing for a bike lane moved one step closer to their goal at a local community board meeting.

Gramercy »

Protected Bike Lane and Parking Spots Coming to Second Ave.

A parking lane with 35 new spaces is coming to Second Avenue between 14th and 23rd streets.

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. 

Park Slope »

Bike-Friendly Brunch Spots for Brooklyn Pedalers

Easy-to-cycle-to brunch spots in Brooklyn that are near bike parking facilities.

Ozone Park »

See How Bikes are Made in New York's Oldest Cycle Factory

Worksman Cycles, founded in the city in 1898, touts itself as the oldest bike manufacturer in America.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

New Brooklyn Bike Lanes But Not Parking Approved for the Waterfront

Bike lanes through Park Slope and the waterfront were approved, but not parking on Columbia Street.

Midtown »

Advocacy Group Exploring Bike Lanes for Fifth and Sixth Avenues

The bike lanes, if installed, would run through the heart of Manhattan.

Upper East Side »

Anti-Bike Lane Lawyer Offers to Help Foes of Queensboro Bridge Plan

Jim Walden, who is fighting the Prospect Park West bike lane, has offered his help to Upper East Siders.

Upper East Side »

Some UES Residents Fear New Bike Lanes Could Cause 'More Pollution'

Some residents worry planned bicycle lane changes near the Queensboro Bridge could create problems.

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