NYPD Commish On Pandemic Policing: Open Streets To Present Challenges, Stopping Burglaries, Speeding, And MoreMayor Bill de Blasio's about face on closing 40 miles of streets for pedestrians and cyclists presents a new test for the NYPD.
Whose Bright Idea Was This? NYC Crams Bike Lane Onto Narrow Path For Pedestrians, Removes Emergency Lane On FDRA walkway near the FDR Drive, between 33rd and 34th Streets, used to be just for people. Now the city has crammed in a bike lane, allowed cyclists to ride on the path too.
Residents Hold Pro-Verrazano Bridge Bike Path RallyMeredith Sladek, with a group called The Harbor Ring, said a Verrazano bike path is the missing link in the group's vision for a 50-mile loop around New York Harbor that encourages fitness and tourism.
Movement Underway To Put Pedestrian Walkway On Verrazano BridgePedestrians and bicyclists want the city to add a dedicated lane to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. It’s one of the few crossings in the Metropolitan Area open only to motor vehicles.
City Council Members Call For Brooklyn Bridge Path ExpansionThree New York City council members say something has to be done to handle Brooklyn Bridge's rising pedestrian and bike traffic.
New York City Mulls '6 1/2 Avenue' Proposal, Linking Pedestrian Walkways In MidtownA new avenue is coming to Midtown. Actually, it's a mini avenue seven blocks long and reserved for pedestrians. And because it's a "mini" street it's got a "mini' name -- "6 1/2" Avenue.