Recent Streetsblog NYC posts about Greenpoint

Eyes on the Street: Pulaski Bridge Bikeway Looks Ready for a Ribbon-Cutting

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Pulaski Bridge bike lane is open, nothing is impossible! Ahhhhhhhh!!!!! pic.twitter.com/gNr6oTuUqc — Max RN (@MaxRivlinNadler) April 24, 2016 Update: A DOT spokesperson tells Streetsblog that while finishing touches are being made, cyclists should follow the posted signage, which directs them to the shared pedestrian-bike path on the west side of the bridge. The new protected lane […]

DOT: Pulaski Bridge Bikeway Will Open By End of April

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Construction of the Pulaski Bridge bike path is slated to finish at the end of April, according to a DOT spokesperson. As DOT’s bridge division puts together the finishing touches, specifics of the new design are coming to light, including how the bike lane will negotiate the drawbridge section of the Pulaski. On most of the bridge, the bike lane […]

DOT’s Meeker Avenue Safety Plan Is, Well, Meek

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Wow, someone on #bkcb1 asked @NYC_DOT “what about bicycles?” Terrible answer though: we didn’t think of ? because we didn’t think of ? — Mike Cherepko (@mikecherepko) January 13, 2016 DOT unveiled its plan for pedestrian safety improvements along Meeker Avenue in north Brooklyn at last night’s Community Board 1 meeting, but board members and […]