At last, New York City cyclists know they count. DOT crews installed this sleek bike counter display on the Manhattan side of the Manhattan Bridge this morning. The bike counters are a very public way to convey the volume of cycling activity, which can be hard for some people to appreciate because bikes take up so much less space than cars.
Wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes. #myNYPD in Interceptor ticketing cyclists in Manhattan Bridge. Just crazy. — Brooklyn Spoke (@BrooklynSpoke) July 6, 2016 Big ticket blitz at 1st Ave and 12th St. Also saw a cop on the #ManhattanBridge for the first time ever #bikenyc — Bahij Chancey […]
DOT’s plan for a two-way protected bike lane on Chrystie Street [PDF] got a unanimous vote of support from Manhattan Community Board 3 last night. The project is scheduled for implementation in the fall. The project will place a two-way bike lane protected by parked cars and concrete barriers on the east side of Chrystie from Canal Street to Houston Street, improving connections between the […]
DOT unveiled its plan for a two-way protected bike lane on Chrystie Street last night [PDF], a project that promises to drastically improve safety and reduce stress for people biking to and from the Manhattan Bridge. Chrystie Street is one of the most important bike routes in the city. On average, more than 6,200 cyclists […]