Last April, Van Bramer stood next to a grieving widow and called for a protected bike lane on 43rd Avenue. DOT produced a plan, but Van Bramer refused to support it.
Golden's support for the speed camera bill should enable it to transcend Albany's partisan gridlock. So far, however, he hasn't delivered.
Other elected officials are speaking up for transit-priority measures and safe bike lanes. So far, Johnson has had very little to say.
What happens when you build housing around transit, but it's not affordable to the people who ride transit the most?
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Backed by Council Member Andy Cohen, it's the first protected bike lane in the northwest Bronx.