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Transportation Alternatives

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Sunnyside »

A group of Queens advocates are pushing for safety improvements at a busy intersection in Sunnyside.

Forest Hills »

Transportation Alternatives offers a lighthearted way to point out the dangers of Queens Boulevard.

New York City »

Bike shops have seen a boom in business since Hurricane Sandy.

Fort Wadsworth »

Transportation Alternatives started the push for the path as part of its Harbor Ring project.

Astoria »

The local community board denied Queens Kickshaw's request for a bike corral.

Norwood »

The annual bike tour, on Oct. 14, is the largest free cycling event in the state.

East Village »

Transportation Alernatives is launching the district with a map of bike-friendly businesses.

Midtown »

Transportation Alternatives is hosting a meeting next week to launch the campaign.

Rego Park »

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

Lower East Side »

Local Spokes was expected to reveal its bike use recommendations, which are based on 1,200 surveys.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The intersection of Delancey and Essex streets is one of the city's most dangerous for kids.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Recycle-a-Bicycle is holding its second annual Youth Bike Summit this weekend.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

A Community Board 6 committee supported a pilot program that would put speed cameras on NYC streets.

East Village & Lower East Side »

A non-profit group that trains young people to fix bicycles launches a membership donation system. 

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The M50, which travels east-to-west through Midtown, is the slowest bus in all of New York City.