Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan said Saturday that 37-year-old Timothy Puskas of New Brunswick was driving the sport utility vehicle that hit Leonel Hernandez.
Leonel Lopez Hernandez was struck and killed at the intersection of Georges Road and South Talmadge Street in New Brunswick.
The bicyclist, Jonathan Tully, 16, was admitted to Stony Brook University Medical Center in stable but guarded condition.
Over the past ten years bicycle riding in New York City has quadrupled, according to DOT commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan.
As Mayor Michael Bloomberg moves forward with his initiative to add bike lanes throughout New York City and a proposed bike-sharing system, a new study may have some wanting him to hit the brakes.
With the bike share program, DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan the city is reinventing the wheel by providing an affordable and 24-hour accessible transportation alternative.
Contributing factors ranged from drunken motorists to cyclists who failed to stop at red lights. Another was drivers who said they didn’t see the bike until it was too late.
Police were investigating whether a driver from Switzerland ran a stop sign and slammed into a school bus, causing the bus to roll on its side in Lakewood.
A quarter of a million people ride bicycles in New York City each day, but how safe are they, and how safe are pedestrians from them?
Under the bill proposed by Essex County Assemblywoman Cleopatra Tucker, riders or their parents would have to pay $10 a year to register their bikes with the state.
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NEW YORK (AP) — She might have been too young for grade school, but a judge says a New York City girl was old enough to be sued over a bicycle accident that happened when […]
CBS 2’s Max Gomez reports on a stylish solution to bicycle safety.
Pedestrians hit and injured by bicycle riders – it’s a statistic that no one kept. However, after CBS 2 exposed the gap in record-keeping, New York City is moving to fill in the blanks.
A new study suggests that New York City’s new bike lanes are causing too much trouble – and danger, as well.