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Upper East Side »

The DOT will present its proposal for six new painted bike lanes on the Upper East Side on Feb. 3.

Astoria »

The change is one of a number proposed by the city to improve traffic safety in and around Astoria Park.

Civic Center »

Mayor Bill de Blasio has hailed his Vision Zero safety plan with reducing fatalities citywide.

Upper East Side »

The city is planning to add a protected bike lane, a new bus lane and left-turn lanes to Second Avenue.

Woodside »

The recent redesign of Queens Boulevard has sparked debate among readers.

Woodside »

The lanes — recently named among the best in the nation — dominated discussions at a recent CB2 meeting.

Woodside »

Queens Boulevard was ranked third on People for Bikes' annual list of best new bike lane projects.

Upper East Side »

Community Board 8 is calling on the city to install more crosstown bike lanes in the neighborhood.

Central Harlem »

Citi Bike will host a workshop to find out where to put the docking stations next week.

Upper West Side »

In case you missed the town hall, we tweeted the highlights from last night. 

Long Island City »

The artwork is part of a city program that aims to beautify drab concrete transportation barriers.

Fort Wadsworth »

The agency is looking at the feasibility of adding bicycle access.

Lower East Side »

Officials celebrated the creation of 1,000 miles of bike lanes while residents spoke out against one.

Inwood »

Sherman Avenue was redesigned in order to calm traffic on the street, the DOT said.

Forest Hills »

There are several scenic routes in Queens that bicyclists can try this summer.