By Michael M. Grynbaum
The New York Times
October 11, 2010
Bike lane abuse? Say it ain’t so!
The dedicated bicycle lane, one of the Bloomberg administration’s signature additions to the New York streetscape, has re-engineered the city’s byways so that two-wheelers get a more equal share of the roadspace. But a report by the Manhattan borough president, Scott M. Stringer, found that interlopers often intrude, gumming up bike traffic and running afoul of city rules. Read more…