The bikes are often used by delivery people and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said the new law plugs loopholes and totally bans electric bikes from the streets of New York.
New York City is set to start a new bike sharing program next month. But before it begins, City Comptroller John Liu wants to make sure riders are kept safe, WCBS 880′s Rich Lamb reported.
More than 200 bicycles have been blessed with a sprinkling of holy water at New York City’s Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
Bike riders in the Garden State are up in arms over an NJ Transit policy that prevents them from carrying bikes onto trains at stations without elevated platforms.
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.
“You can literally take the battery out and charge it in a café, while you eat your eggs.” – Nick and his electric bicycle
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.
Just be cause it happens to be Fashion Week, doesn’t mean there aren’t all sorts of sales out there.
A pedestrian safety advocate is outraged after New York City released inaccurate information about pedestrian injuries caused by bike riders.
A plan to provide cyclists with access on New Haven Line trains has been put on hold.
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