How Do We ‘Fuel’ the Future?

WHAT: A discussion with Columbia geophysicist Klaus S. Lackner.

WHERE: Picnic Cafe, 2665 Broadway between 101st and 102nd Streets

WHEN: Sept. 11, 5:30 to 7 p.m.

COST: $10 includes one drink

NOTE: First come, first served


Eyes on the Street: The First Avenue Bike Lane Gap Is Shrinking

DOT tweeted a status report this afternoon on the First Avenue protected bike lane gap. Green paint is down on the newly protected section between 49th Street and 56th Street: #1stAve protected #bikenyc lane update: Wed PM: Roadway prepared for paint. Friday: Green paint on the ground! — NYC DOT (@NYC_DOT) October 23, 2015 […]

In the Works: Better Bike Connections Between East Harlem and the Bronx

On Tuesday, DOT presented plans to Manhattan Community Board 11 for two short segments of two-way protected bike lanes to improve connections between East Harlem and the Willis Avenue and Triborough bridges [PDF]. Both bridges link the South Bronx and Upper Manhattan, but the current connections to the Manhattan bike network don’t work well. To get to Second Avenue, cyclists […]