Other cities have pulled ahead of New York when it comes to bicycling to work, a new study says, despite a controversial push by Mayor Michael Bloomberg to build bike lanes across the city.
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.
It’s a holiday card with a message.
A pedestrian safety advocate is outraged after New York City released inaccurate information about pedestrian injuries caused by bike riders.
No bicycle? No problem. New York may flood the city streets with thousands of inexpensive rental bikes, reports CBS 2’s Tony Aiello.
CBS 2’s Tony Aiello now knows first hand it’s the fastest-growing way to get to work in New York City. To get the biker’s perspective, he put a camera on his helmet and hopped on a bike.
There was a battle brewing Wednesday night over parking. Not for cars, but for bikes along the sidewalks of New York. CBS 2 consumer reporter Kirstin Cole has more on the “bike brawl.”