bike lanes

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Park Slope »

An imaginary Patrick Stewart weighed in on local issues on a Tumblr page.

New York City »

A software glitch has delayed the city's new Paris-style bike share program, Mayor Bloomberg said.

Fort Greene »

The Executive Committee of Community Board 2 in Brooklyn approved a shared bike lane on Lafayette Avenue.

Rego Park »

Of 66.1 miles of bike lanes added to Queens between 2006 and 2011, none were in the borough's center.

Elmhurst »

Senator Charles Schumer, an avid cyclist, praises borough’s bike routes.

Sunset Park »

The shared lanes could be installed in as little as two months, the DOT said.

Park Slope »

New lanes for child cyclists and slower bikers will be added, while cars will lose a lane on the road.

East Harlem »

The Museum of the City of New York looks at social movements in "Activist New York," which opens Friday.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Residents will choose the spots for many bike share stations at a Tuesday meeting.

Manhattan »

Traffic fatalities fell to a record low this year, but bike fatalities have been ticking up.

Harlem »

Community Board 11 reversed its stance after voting overwhelmingly in September to support the Department of Transportion plan to install protected bike lanes on First and Second avenues.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

The proposed changes would transform the lane on Hudson Street between West 12th Street and Canal Street from an indistinct lane with worn-away paint to a lane separated from traffic by parked cars.

Harlem »

More than 60 business owners on First Avenue say they were not contacted about the new bike lanes and oppose them.

Manhattan »

Nearly 80 percent of Manhattan voters surveyed said they support a plan to bring a new bike share program to the city.