Across Manhattan, bike share docking stations are spreading, and so is the backlash. Even people excited about the program say they’re upset over the implementation.
Bike riders beware. Someone has apparently been putting down thumbtacks across the roads in Central Park. The concern now revolves around a possible backlash against the bike movement.
There’s more bike bedlam in New York City, as the Department of Transportation starts installing new bike lanes in heavy traffic areas on First and Second Avenues in Manhattan.
A frustrated bike rider intentionally crashed into trucks, taxis, and even a police car on camera, but there was a message behind the two-wheeled madness that’s become a sensation on YouTube.
After the Department of Transportation called CBS 2’s Bike Bedlam reports false, they reneged on its claim and admitted that there was a lack of bike safety data in New York City.
The dramatic re-shaping of New York City streets is supposed to calm traffic, but it sure inflames passions. Take for example Thursday’s clash over the controversial bike lane in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
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.
The wife of bicycle accident victim — Stuart Gruskin — met with Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan Monday.
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.