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Long Island City »

Cyclists say the bridge's current path is too narrow to share between bikes and pedestrians.

Park Slope »

The Department of Education is now a partner in Vision Zero, DOT officials said.

Lower East Side »

The bike lane is part of a five-year plan from the DOT aimed at improving citywide transportation.

Midtown »

Cyclists are expected to do a 3-mile loop from Midtown to Washington Square Park Thursday.

Astoria »

The traffic light comes after calls for safety changes on 21st Street.

Union Square »

An activist group says that double-parked cars have taken over the Fifth Avenue bike lanes.

Clinton Hill »

Friends and family have set up a memorial for cyclist Lauren Davis at Classon and Lafayette avenues.

Astoria »

Transportation advocates say the intersection at 21st Street and 30th Road was long a problem spot.

Tompkinsville »

The first Bike the Boros event will be a ride along Staten Island.

Upper West Side »

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

Civic Center »

Traffic deaths are down, but not by a significant enough percentage, advocates said.

Fort Greene »

A vigil for Victoria Nicodemus will be held Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Fulton St. and South Portland Ave.

Flushing »

Transportation Alternatives blasted the 109th Precinct's plan to increase ticketing against pedestrians.

Morris Park »

The victims included a 10-year-old girl and her grandfather, according to officials.

Bed-Stuy »

Cars running lights, angled streets and poor road conditions make for unsafe crossing, residents say.