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After years of limited public access, the Park Row project will improve north-south bike trips under the Brooklyn Bridge, and will link the bridge and Chinatown.
Cuomo could back up public statements of support for automated speed enforcement by pressuring John Flanagan and the State Senate to reauthorize cameras. Instead he's allowed senators to use Simcha Felder's cartoon villainy as an excuse to let the program come dangerously close to extinction.
The slate of events this week has major implications for the street network in Hunts Point, the West Side of Manhattan, and Park Slope. If you use these streets, get involved and speak up for policies that put walking and biking first.
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It's now common to see bike traffic outnumber car traffic on this connection to the Manhattan Bridge. The Chrystie Street protected bike lane and the Jay Street protected bike lane, on top of the bike network development that came before them, plus the availability of Citi Bike, are clearly moving the needle.