Astoria Pols Propose 31st Ave. Protected Bike Lane, Other Changes After Tragedies
Elected officials are "engaging with parents, teachers and neighbors about the urgent need for protected bike lanes — both on 31st Ave as well as on an additional, yet-to-be-determined north-south bike lane."
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