This Week: UWS Cycle Tracks, High Bridge Rehab, Bike Month

This week’s schedule is chock-a-block with discussions on city bike and pedestrian facilities, past, present and future. If you need more, there are lots of great Bike Month NYC events happening daily. 

Keep an eye on the calendar for updated listings. Got an event we should know about? Drop us a line.

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Bike Month kicks off with the busiest week of 2010 so far. We’ve got the highlights and big events below, with rides and other fun stuff after the jump. For all the rest, check the Streetsblog calendar. Monday: Manhattan Community Board 6 meets to discuss plans for the 34th Street transitway and Select Bus Service […]

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This week, speak up for complete streets in Chelsea, safety fixes at a major intersection in Washington Heights, and a bike-pedestrian path on the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. And don’t forget, The Streets Ball is next Thursday, the 23rd — get your tickets while you can! Here are the highlights. Check the Streetsblog calendar for the full slate […]

This Week: Harlem River Bridges, Woodhaven Boulevard

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There’s a flurry of community board action this week before the lull of summer recess, plus a kid-friendly bike ride in East Harlem. Here are the highlights for the week — check the Streetsblog calendar for the full slate of events: Monday: DOT continues its series of workshops on Harlem River bridge access. Today’s meeting will […]

This Week: Safer Biking at Qboro Bridge, Faster 125th St. Buses

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There are a lot of community board meetings on the Streetsblog calendar this week where you can lend your support to livable streets projects, including an important one tonight about safety improvements near the Manhattan Side of the Queensboro Bridge. Later this week, there’s also a Democratic mayoral candidate forum in Brooklyn where you can […]

This Week: Get Ready for the Youth Bike Summit

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In addition to a big slate of street safety meetings, on the Streetsblog calendar this week are a discussion of infrastructure resiliency, an effort to bring countdown clocks to bus stops, and the annual Youth Bike Summit. Here are the details: Monday: DOT will present plans for a neighborhood slow zone in Bedford Stuyvesant and Clinton Hill […]