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East Elmhurst »

The bike lane proposal would bring riders from Astoria to Flushing Bay in East Elmhurst. 

Lower East Side »

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

Long Island City »

Parents and local leaders will rally Friday to erect a homemade stop sign on 5th Street and 46th Avenue.

Park Slope »

The public seating would be installed in front of SkyIce restaurant on Fifth Avenue and Bergen Street.

Ditmars »

Shore Blvd. will become one-way under the plan, which will also narrow 20th Ave. and Hoyt Ave. North.

Long Island City »

The proposal would also shorten the sidewalk across the street and lengthen the roadway by four feet.

Upper East Side »

The DOT is proposing six crosstown bike lanes that would connect Central Park to the East River.

Upper West Side »

Installation of the protected lane will begin this summer on Amsterdam Avenue, the DOT has said. 

Upper West Side »

Many businesses have shown support for the plan, but there are also owners who oppose it outright.

Long Island City »

Mayor de Blasio allocated nearly $30 million this year to reconstruct streets in Hunters Point and LIC.

Park Slope »

Times Plaza, where Fourth Avenue, Atlantic Avenue and Flatbush Avenue meet, is about to be redesigned.

Ditmars »

Local leaders have been calling for more lights on the street since a fatality there in 2009.

Woodside »

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

Rockaway Beach »

The closed-off Beach Channel Drive is now being investigated by the Department of Transportation. 

Upper West Side »

The bikes were originally promised to arrive at the end of August of last year.