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Eyes on the Street: The Case of the Missing Bike Lanes, Part II

@StreetsblogNYC Car knocked me off my #bike on this block. Used to have lanes. Canal & Allen, Manh. #missingbikenyc pic.twitter.com/MQrTlQsms9

— Brian Oconnell (@OcoBri) July 28, 2015

If New Yorkers can't count on DOT to stripe paint in a timely fashion, the agency should issue a restriping schedule in addition to the weekly resurfacing schedule it releases.

Or maybe DOT should be honest with New Yorkers and remove these former bike lanes from its bike map.

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