Council Repeals Decade-Old Law that Stalled Bike Lane Installation
The City Council repealed a notorious. out-dated law that imposed lengthy delays on the city before it could break ground on new bike lanes.
Eyes on the Street: Long Island City Bike Lanes Are a Good Start — But More Needed
The city unveiled three new protected bike lanes in Long Island City, but advocates want more to fill in a neighborhood-wide safe cycling network.
Eric Adams’s McGuinness Blvd. Capitulation Did ‘Nothing’ for Pedestrians, Greenpoint Pols Charge
Mayor Adams's watered down bike lane redesign of McGuinness Boulevard failed to improve pedestrian safety, elected officials charged.
‘Death Waiting to Happen’: North Brooklynites Call for Safer Morgan Ave
The avenue is a key, but deadly, link in north Brooklyn.
Opinion: It’s Past Time for Protected Bike Lanes in Downtown Jamaica
There is no safe, legal, and easy way to ride through downtown Jamaica. It's time for that to change.
BACK OPEN: City Swaps Barricades for Bollards After Abruptly Closing Queensbridge Greenway
The Parks Department reopened the greenway path through Queensbridge Park less than 48 hours after Streetsblog reported the abrupt, unexplained closure.
Mayor Adams Blasts Mayor Adams’s DOT Community Outreach Efforts
Mayor Adams unveiled a new community engagement strategy on Tuesday: His administration is going to go door to door on Underhill Avenue to literally ask all the residents what they think about a bike network improvement.
Crunching the Data on the Record-Setting Year For Cyclist Deaths
Ninety-four percent of the year's record-setting number of bike deaths occurred on streets without protected bike lanes.
Astoria Organizers Lead the Way on Street Safety with a Reddit Strategy
The western Queens neighborhood has become a hub for a new kind of safe street advocacy.