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Inwood »

Inwood Waterfront Greenway Opens to Public After Major Overhaul

The 1-mile path for pedestrians and cyclists stretches south from Dyckman Street.

Upper West Side »

New Parking Spaces, Bike Paths and Crosswalks Coming to UWS, DOT Says

The DOT laid out plans to make two UWS intersections safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

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 East Side »

Central Park Drive Renamed for Former Mayor John Lindsay

The former mayor first closed the Central Park street to traffic in 1966.

New York City »

Citi Bike Share Program Rolls Out Across NYC

The bike share program launched for about 10,000 founding members on Memorial Day.

Union Square »

Cops Want to Question Cyclist in Union Square Skateboarder Death

Police are looking for a cyclist in a fluorescent vest who may have seen Tuesday's accident.

Greenwich Village »

Village Residents Demand Street Safety Upgrades After Deadly Scooter Crash

Locals said they want changes to the streetlight and crosswalk at Sixth Avenue and West Houston Street.

Upper West Side »

Lawbreaking Delivery Cyclists Face Crackdown from DOT

A new DOT enforcement team will target restaurants that fail to provide safety info to cyclists.

Chelsea »

Hell's Kitchen Cops and Community Begin Crackdown on Delivery Bikes

CHEKPEDS began an education campaign in advance of police issuing more summons against deliverers.

Park Slope »

Prospect Park Car Lane to be Scrapped in Safety Redesign

New lanes for child cyclists and slower bikers will be added, while cars will lose a lane on the road.

Washington Heights »

Traffic Calming Measures Proposed to Improve Safety for Seniors

The Department of Transportation proposed traffic changes to improve safety for senior citizens.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Walkers Want Cyclists to Dismount on East 78th Street Footbridge

Upper East Siders want the DOT to install "Walk Bike" signs on the new East 78th Street footbridge.

Manhattan »

City Council to Grill NYPD Over Accident Investigations

The City Council will hold a hearing Wednesday on whether police are doing enough to investigate crashes.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

East River Esplanade Near 78th Street to Reopen Soon, DOT Says

The East River waterfront between 76th to 79th streets will reopen now that a pedestrian bridge is done.

Manhattan »

Traffic Fatalities Sink to Record Low, But Bike Deaths Higher

Traffic fatalities fell to a record low this year, but bike fatalities have been ticking up.

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