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Greenwich Village »

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

Forest Hills »

Ed Finkenberg hopes to bring attention to traffic safety issues in the wake of Rosa Anidjar's death.

Crown Heights »

Community Board 8 approved a proposal to remove a lane of car traffic and add a bike lane.

Williamsburg »

The new routes would be a mix of curbside and shared lanes from Clinton Hill to Ridgewood.

Williamsburg »

The two-way bike lane being extended on Kent Ave. this month will narrow the street and deter speeding.

Murray Hill »

DOT plans to add new bike lanes along the FDR Drive, First Avenue and several cross streets.

Upper East Side »

The planting beds along First Avenue have become a dumping space, residents say.

Fort George »

Two miles of bike lanes could come to Amsterdam Ave. as soon as July, pending community board approval.

Fort Greene »

The bike corrals would provide 46 new bicycle parking spots in the neighborhoods.

Roosevelt Island »

The only path for bikers to ride off the island is slippery and filled with gravel, they said.

Rego Park »

A group of cyclists will ride along the path of an abandoned Queens rail line.

Ridgewood »

The new lanes will be linked with bike paths in Bushwick.

Gowanus »

The Department of Transportation is proposing bike lanes for Bond Street in Gowanus and Boerum Hill.

Upper West Side »

Rosenthal talked to DNAinfo New York about her top goals for the neighborhood. 

Long Island City »

The DOT will present design plans for the bike lane to local Community Boards by the end of the year.