New Bike Lanes in the South Bronx

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Some new Class 2 bike lanes have been striped in some out-of-the way places. The brand new Gerard Avenue bike lane, shown here at 149th Street, leads past a gas station to Yankee Stadium. This is listed as "planned" on the 2007 bike map (pdf), so it is nice to see the plan being filled out.  It looks like another one is about to be striped on parallel Walton Avenue as well.

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