State Sen. Diane Savino's Facebook comments angered biking advocates Thursday.
The DOT will not immediately expand a slow zone to Sixth Avenue, despite requests from the community.
Ed Finkenberg hopes to bring attention to traffic safety issues in the wake of Rosa Anidjar's death.
Community Board 8 approved a proposal to remove a lane of car traffic and add a bike lane.
The new routes would be a mix of curbside and shared lanes from Clinton Hill to Ridgewood.
The two-way bike lane being extended on Kent Ave. this month will narrow the street and deter speeding.
DOT plans to add new bike lanes along the FDR Drive, First Avenue and several cross streets.
The planting beds along First Avenue have become a dumping space, residents say.
Two miles of bike lanes could come to Amsterdam Ave. as soon as July, pending community board approval.
The bike corrals would provide 46 new bicycle parking spots in the neighborhoods.
The only path for bikers to ride off the island is slippery and filled with gravel, they said.
A group of cyclists will ride along the path of an abandoned Queens rail line.
The new lanes will be linked with bike paths in Bushwick.
The Department of Transportation is proposing bike lanes for Bond Street in Gowanus and Boerum Hill.
Rosenthal talked to DNAinfo New York about her top goals for the neighborhood.
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