Operation Safe Cycle is part of a new initiative to get bikers to follow the rules of the road.
The NYPD on Wednesday began a crackdown on traffic violations committed by bicyclists on the roads.
Police on the Upper West Side have been cracking down on bike riders who are running red lights, riding on sidewalks, and those who ride on the wrong side of the street.
A 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.
Cyclists who get caught with a flat tire and can’t get to a bike shop now have a new option.
A week from today, Citi Bike stations in Manhattan and Brooklyn will go online, and thousands of inexperienced cyclists rolling out.
Over 300 people showed up Thursday night for a community board meeting in Greenwich Village and the topic was the upcoming Citi Bike program.
There have been protests and lawsuits over the location of the new bike share racks, but the latest pushback against the Citi Bike program is over one of its rules.
There have been press conferences and angry flyers slapped on Citi Bike racks, but one West Village apartment building is apparently the first legal challenge to them.
Twenty-six cyclists were biking from Newtown, Conn., to Washington, D.C., this weekend to send a message.
New York City officials are asking taxi passengers to look before they open their door because it could save a life.
Officials are considering changes to the Prospect Park Loop in Brooklyn that would eliminate a car lane to create one for pedestrians and another for cyclists.
Transportation Alternatives and concerned citizens took to One Police Plaza on Wednesday demanding the NYPD enforce traffic laws to make city streets safer for pedestrians and bikers.
The system – called CrashStat – is an interactive map. So, you can check out your own neighborhood.
They want to make sure cyclists are receiving tickets for truly dangerous behavior, and not being harassed when they are rolling along safely.