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Long Island City »

About 600 cyclists a day are expected to use the new bike lanes, according to the DOT.

Bed-Stuy »

The proposal would have linked existing routes in community boards 3 and 8 via Fulton Street.

Upper West Side »

The board is worried new Citi Bike riders will get hurt without a northbound protected bike lane.

Fort George »

A two-way protected bike lane was recently added to the street, reducing the number of driving lanes.

Long Island City »

A plan to improve the road's biking network won the most participatory budgeting votes.

Woodside »

The improvements are the first phase of redesign plans for the roadway, nicknamed "Boulevard of Death."

Long Island City »

One lane of Brooklyn traffic will be removed to make room for a bike path on the bridge, the DOT said.

Sunnyside »

The city is looking to install bike lanes on the bridge in the late spring, the DOT said.

Upper West Side »

More than a 100 residents weighed in on where Citi Bike stations should go around the neighborhood. 

Woodside »

The DOT held a workshop in Woodside this week to get input on how to improve the roadway.

DUMBO »

Recycle-A-Bicycle was founded in 1994 and teaches bike mechanics to youth in 30 New York City schools.

DUMBO »

The bike lane would run along Jay Street from the Manhattan Bridge entrance to Fulton Street. 

St. George »

State Sen. Diane Savino's Facebook comments angered biking advocates Thursday.

Greenwich Village »

The DOT will not immediately expand a slow zone to Sixth Avenue, despite requests from the community.