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Red Hook »

The pileup at the Red Hook Criterium was caused by a motorcycle stalled on the track, reports said. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

Community Board 2 approved a proposal for a parking-protected bike lane on Jay Street Wednesday night.

Upper West Side »

Hundreds of cyclists have gathered in past years to get their bikes blessed at the cathedral.

Lower East Side »

The DOT announced the redesigned new lanes ahead of a Community Board 3 meeting Tuesday. 

Greenpoint »

Registration is now open for a Bike Rave, a 7.5 mile nighttime bike ride along the waterfront on May 14.

DUMBO »

The DOT plans to open a block of Jay Street to two-way traffic and remove a dedicated bike lane.

Upper West Side »

Community Board 7's transportation committee failed to reach agreement on the bike lane's fate. 

Upper West Side »

Police in the 24th Precinct increased the amount of tickets to cyclists by 80 percent this year.

West Village »

Officials unveiled a redesigned corner, but have no plan for a requested overhaul of Seventh Ave. South.

Upper West Side »

Some residents felt cyclists are targeted unfairly, while others said they ride dangerously. 

Greenpoint »

Officials initially anticipated a spring 2016 construction start date after a delay earlier this year.

Upper East Side »

NYPD enforcement on bikes has increased 52 percent while collisions are down 18 percent, officials say.

Upper West Side »

News that an officer in the 20th Precinct handed out the most summonses in the city divided readers.

Upper West Side »

Residents and leaders would like to see the entire park car-free.

Washington Heights »

The DOT wants to increase pedestrian and cyclist access to the High Bridge, which will reopen in July.