Infographics: Where is Bike Commuting Growing the Fastest?

Josh Wilson
May 21, 2013

This morning, thousands of Americans will pedal out of their driveways, taking part in National Bike to Work Day. Sponsored by the League, Bike to Work Day is being celebrated in hundreds of communities nationwide, highlighting the health, economic and community benefits of bicycling with local commuter convoys, energizer stations, breakfast rallies and more. The [...]

Could Albany’s Central Avenue be the Next Hempstead Turnpike?

Josh Wilson
April 19, 2013

Central Avenue in Colonie, NY.

“Toll: 8 dead, 300 Injured”

That was the headline of a Times Union article last week about pedestrians being struck by vehicles on Central Avenue, a 15.4-mile road that runs through Albany and Colonie. The article has stirred a whirl of debate about how to fix one of the [...]

Eyes on the Street: Bike Share Takes Manhattan

Josh Wilson
April 18, 2013

Citi Bike's first Manhattan installation, at Fulton Street and Cliff Street in the Financial District. Photo: CitibikeNYC/Twitter Citi Bike station installations began in Bed Stuy about ten days ago, working west through Fort Greene and Downtown Brooklyn. Now, with about 60 stations installed, bike-share has crossed the East River, the Citi Bike Twitter feed informs us that [...]

Safety Comes in Segments for Brooklyn’s 4th Avenue

Josh Wilson
April 13, 2013

Safety improvements are coming to Brooklyn’s 4th Avenue. | Photo: NYCDOT

Since 2009, the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), in partnership with Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz’s 4th Avenue Task Force, has been working to make 4th Avenue in Brooklyn safer for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists. NYCDOT has split the avenue into three segments – [...]

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