There's never been a better time to hop on a bike in Brooklyn.
Cyclists want to see more options in the area.
Jim Walden, who is fighting the Prospect Park West bike lane, has offered his help to Upper East Siders.
Two new bike lanes are being added to 14th and 15th streets between Fourth and Eighth Avenues.
The street will see several bike corrals added to complement recently installed bike lanes.
The proposed lanes would run along West 15th and West 16th streets.
New bike lanes are planned for Union and Sackett streets between Third Avenue and Van Brunt Street.
Critics say the lanes are too narrow and could cause collisions between pedestrians and cyclists.
A group of Queens advocates are pushing for safety improvements at a busy intersection in Sunnyside.
The city restored 25 parking spots along its proposed 26-block bike lane extension for Columbus Ave.
The QueensWay project would turn 3.5 miles of abandoned rail tracks into a public park.
The lanes are part of the Queens East River and North Shore Greenway.
Brooklyn's Community Board 7 rejected a plan to extend a network of bicycle lanes into Sunset Park.
Queens cyclists seek improvements after yet another cycling death.
Bikers have clamored for an increase in bike lanes to keep pace with other areas.
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