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Ninth Avenue Bike Path Expands Northward

The Open Planning Project's Lily Bernheimer snapped these shots of the Ninth Avenue separated bike path, now being extended from 23rd Street to 31st.

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Plastic bollards separate bikes from car and truck traffic at W. 23rd.

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Pedestrian island under construction at 29th.

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The 31st Street island is already getting some use.

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Bet you didn't see this one coming.

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