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Woodside »

CB1 says DOT ignored its request for the bike paths to bypass five blocks of 31st Avenue in Woodside.

Lower East Side »

Work on the two-way protected bike lane will begin in late August and continue into September.

Upper East Side »

The DOT will install painted lanes at East 70th and 71st and East 77th and 78th streets, officials said.

Woodside »

Readers discuss the city's plan for a bike lane from the Astoria waterfront to Flushing Bay Promenade.

Woodside »

The board said 31st Avenue between 55th and 60th streets is too dangerous for cyclists.

East Elmhurst »

The bike lane will ultimately connect Astoria to the Flushing promenade.

Port Morris »

The lanes are meant to give cyclists better access to the Randall's Island Connector.

Midtown East »

The DOT hopes to fill gaps in the First Avenue bike lane in Midtown, a spokesman said.

Stapleton »

The improvements are intended to cut down speeding on several Stapleton streets, the DOT said.

Union Square »

An activist group says that double-parked cars have taken over the Fifth Avenue bike lanes.

Union Square »

The new painted bike lanes will connect to protected lanes on the east and west sides of the park.

Upper East Side »

Members of CB8 rejected a proposal for six crosstown bike lanes on Wednesday.

Elmhurst »

Katz disagreed with the mayor's decision to move forward with bike lanes despite board objections.

Elmhurst »

Community board members voted in favor of the plan, minus the bike lanes, at a monthly meeting.

Upper East Side »

The community board voted in favor of six crosstown bike lanes to be added to the neighborhood.