Take the PPW Bike Lane Survey

We’ve got an addendum to today’s news about Prospect Park West bike lane demonstrations. City Council members Brad Lander and Steve Levin have put up a survey to see what their constituents think of the re-designed street. The questions get pretty detailed but it only takes a few minutes to fill out.

In related news, John del Signore at Gothamist is reporting that one Leslie Sicklick will be out on First Avenue and 14th Street tomorrow afternoon at 5 p.m. to protest the addition of protected bike lanes and pedestrian refuges in the East Village. Ms. Sicklick says she’s invited TV crews and newspaper reporters to capture her displeasure at the loss of parking spaces and car lanes to make way for this:

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