A plan to improve the road's biking network won the most participatory budgeting votes.
The improvements are the first phase of redesign plans for the roadway, nicknamed "Boulevard of Death."
One lane of Brooklyn traffic will be removed to make room for a bike path on the bridge, the DOT said.
The city is looking to install bike lanes on the bridge in the late spring, the DOT said.
More than a 100 residents weighed in on where Citi Bike stations should go around the neighborhood.
The DOT held a workshop in Woodside this week to get input on how to improve the roadway.
Recycle-A-Bicycle was founded in 1994 and teaches bike mechanics to youth in 30 New York City schools.
The bike lane would run along Jay Street from the Manhattan Bridge entrance to Fulton Street.
Bushwick currently only has three bike lanes.
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.
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