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Lawsuit Seeks to Erase Bike Lane in New York City

By Michael M. Grynbaum The New York Times March 7, 2011 Well-connected New Yorkers have taken the unusual step of suing the city to remove a controversial bicycle lane in a wealthy neighborhood of Brooklyn, the most potent sign yet … Continue reading

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Bikelash! Cops to Crack Down on Two-wheelers

By Thomas Tracy The Brooklyn Paper January 5, 2011 Call it a bikelash! The NYPD has been ordered to begin a borough-wide crackdown that will hit renegade riders for often-overlooked “vehicular offenses” like failing to obey traffic signals and signs, … Continue reading

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Tales of Bike Lane Abuse

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 … Continue reading

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