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Rally for Safe Cycling Space on W. Houston St.

    • Date: Wednesday, August 30, 2006
    • Time: 4 p.m.
    • Location: W. Houston St., south side between Greene and Mercer Sts.
    • Objective: To draw attention to the hazardous conditions for cyclists along Houston St., which DOT and City Planning designate a “proposed bicycle route,” and to pressure DOT to include a safe bicycling route in the currently-underway Houston St. Reconstruction project.
    • Sponsored by: The Ad-hoc Committee for Houston St. Bike Lanes of Community Board 2, Manhattan.
    • More Info: bikehoustonst.net 

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