Eyes on the Street: Tillary Street Bike Lane Parking Lot

Ian Dutton, organizer of the Houston Street bike safety initiative, made this brief StreetFilm while riding in the physically-separated bike lane on Tillary Street approaching the Brooklyn Bridge. On his YouTube page, Dutton writes, "I was on my way from SoHo to Park Slope when I saw a most remarkable assemblage of press vehicles in the PROTECTED bike lane on Tillary Street." 

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  • mike
  • Dan

    If only someone would come up with something that you can use to obstruct the path of vehicles but not cars….Maybe DOT can do a study.

  • Tillary St. is a mess, especially by the Manhattan Bridge…all the streets around there, actually, just too many cars…

  • I like how some of the trucks are both parked in the bike lane and idling.

  • TK

    Kind of silly.
    Write the president of the New York Press Club [easy to find; they have a web site] and complain.


Tillary Street: Bike Lane or Parking Space?

Guess what Transportation Alternatives’ Brooke DuBose and Streetfilms’ Clarence Eckerson found in Downtown Brooklyn’s physically-separated bike lane on Tillary Street this morning? Cars and trucks, of course. Four of them driving, parking or unloading in the "protected" bike lane in just ten minutes of filming. Streetsbloggers who have been debating bike lane design and enjoying Bollard Porn, will appreciate Clarence’s […]