The DOT presented details of its bike share program to Queens Community Board 1 Tuesday night.
Transportation Alternatives is hosting a ride Saturday to celebrate protected bike lanes in East Harlem.
The DOT will present design plans for the bike lane to local Community Boards by the end of the year.
The 1970s-era sculpture at Flatbush and Ocean avenues could get a street-art update.
Mount Morris Takes Action wants the street to have two lanes, rear-angle parking and an emergency lane.
The selected areas will see their speed limits lowered to 20 miles per hour, according to the DOT.
Residents of Dunbar Apartments oppose plans for a market at 150th Street and Macombs Place.
The M60 SBS will have six stops on 125th Street, dedicated bus lane from Lenox Avenue to Second Avenue.
Volunteers with Transporation Alternatives are campaigning for traffic calming measures for 21st Street.
Luis Bravo, 19, was struck and killed near Broadway and 58th Street in Queens on Saturday.
Some residents say changes to the turn at Mount Morris Park West and 120th Street have made things worse.
CB7's Transportation Committee thinks the avenue's traffic lights create unsafe conditions.
Long-awaited construction work on the busy roadway was to begin Aug. 19, DOT signs announced.
The city DOT started issuing fines in April to restaurants whose delivery workers broke bike rules.
State Sen. Gianaris said the DOT has agreed to include Astoria in future bike-sharing plans.
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