Why Couldn't NYPD Keep Cyclists Off Cross Bronx Expressway?The city knew that hundreds of bicyclists who shut down the Cross Bronx Expressway this past weekend, so why wasn’t the NYPD able to stop the bikers from entering the busiest highway in the country?
Questions For NYPD After Bicyclists Shut Down Cross Bronx ExpresswayThere was bike bedlam this past Sunday on the Cross Bronx Expressway – a road where bicycles are banned.
Proposed Legislation May Change Red Light To Yellow For NYC BicyclistsBrooklyn Councilman Antonio Reynoso's proposed legislation would allow bicyclists to treat stop signs and red lights as yield signs.
City Unveils Plan To Lower Speed Limit For Bicyclists In Central ParkCity Councilman Mark Levine said the city has the authority to change park speed limits without state approval.
State Senator Has Tough Words On Facebook For Cyclists Who Disobey LawNew York State Sen. Diane Savino (D-Staten Island/Brooklyn) had strong words for cyclists who disobey the law in a Facebook post Thursday.
NYPD Continues Crackdown On Unsafe CyclingOperation Safe Cycle is part of a new initiative to get bikers to follow the rules of the road.
NYPD Launches 2-Week Bicycle Safety CrackdownThe NYPD on Wednesday began a crackdown on traffic violations committed by bicyclists on the roads.
Radio Free Montone: Cycle And The CityNew York is now a cycling city.
Local Legislator: No One Should Ever Ride Bikes In Suffolk CountyA teen from Long Island was prompted to contact a local lawmaker and call for the installation of bike lanes, after his mother was injured in an accident.
Bicyclists, Parents Compete For Bike Rack Space In HobokenThe thefts of strollers that can cost anywhere from $800 to $1,000 has prompted some Hoboken parents to lock them to bike racks.
Plaza Hotel Files Suit, Calls Citi Bike Rack 'Eyesore'The Plaza Hotel, a place where you can park your Rolls Royce at the curb and perhaps ask for Grey Poupon on your hot dog. But, is the Plaza any place for a Citi Bike rack?
New Commercial Bike Law Takes Effect In NYCCommercial bicyclists are now required to carry an identification card and wear helmets and reflective upper body clothing with the business' name and cyclist's ID number on the back.