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Upper West Side »

Installation of the protected lane will begin this summer on Amsterdam Avenue, the DOT has said. 

Crown Heights »

The new DOT plan would also limit a turn at Utica Avenue, one of the borough's most dangerous crossings.


The DOT plans to open a block of Jay Street to two-way traffic and remove a dedicated bike lane.

Upper West Side »

From education to transportation to real estate, big changes are coming to the neighborhood this year.

Upper West Side »

The DOT's plan comes after years of residents asking for a safer place to ride along Amsterdam Avenue.

Central Harlem »

Alex Bell has filed three lawsuits against the company, claiming truck parking impedes his rides.

Chelsea »

The Department of Transportation announced plans for a protected bike lane along Sixth Avenue.

Greenpoint »

Officials initially anticipated a spring 2016 construction start date after a delay earlier this year.

Upper West Side »

A growing call for a northbound bike lane on Amsterdam Avenue earned Levine's support.

Crown Heights »

The pair has been spotted on Franklin Avenue at least four times in recent months.

Upper West Side »

City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal has given bike safety priority in her budget.

Fort George »

The DOT wants to reduce each avenue from four to two lanes of traffic and add bike lanes.

Washington Heights »

The DOT wants to increase pedestrian and cyclist access to the High Bridge, which will reopen in July.

Upper West Side »

The extended Columbus Avenue lane will better connect it to the Ninth Avenue lane, the DOT said.

Crown Heights »

The Franklin Avenue bike lane is set to stretch from Atlantic Avenue to Empire Boulevard.