An imaginary Patrick Stewart weighed in on local issues on a Tumblr page.
A software glitch has delayed the city's new Paris-style bike share program, Mayor Bloomberg said.
The Executive Committee of Community Board 2 in Brooklyn approved a shared bike lane on Lafayette Avenue.
Of 66.1 miles of bike lanes added to Queens between 2006 and 2011, none were in the borough's center.
Senator Charles Schumer, an avid cyclist, praises borough’s bike routes.
The shared lanes could be installed in as little as two months, the DOT said.
New lanes for child cyclists and slower bikers will be added, while cars will lose a lane on the road.
The Museum of the City of New York looks at social movements in "Activist New York," which opens Friday.
Residents will choose the spots for many bike share stations at a Tuesday meeting.
The Amazing Kreskin weighs in on 2012's fads and events.
Traffic fatalities fell to a record low this year, but bike fatalities have been ticking up.
Community Board 11 reversed its stance after voting overwhelmingly in September to support the Department of Transportion plan to install protected bike lanes on First and Second avenues.
The proposed changes would transform the lane on Hudson Street between West 12th Street and Canal Street from an indistinct lane with worn-away paint to a lane separated from traffic by parked cars.
More than 60 business owners on First Avenue say they were not contacted about the new bike lanes and oppose them.
Nearly 80 percent of Manhattan voters surveyed said they support a plan to bring a new bike share program to the city.
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