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Queens Greenway
Let's connect Eastern Queens Parks. We need a family safe route from Flushing Meadows-Corona to Alley Pond & Joe Michaels.
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Brian Howald 6h
Drivers keep moving the planters at 15th Street/Union Square West. Please install permanent barriers there. Barring that, use permanent barriers that narrow the roadway to the minimum necessary width with a planter in the middle to close it.
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Brooklyn Eagle 6h
The BPs blame City Hall — but a good government group calls that a "bad excuse." reports in his Eagle debut.
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Streetsblog New York 9h
BREAKING: throws the summons book at driver who killed Jose Alzorriz on Coney Island Avenue.
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Bike South Brooklyn! Aug 20
Had lots of fun riding through Queens and Brooklyn last weekend with Queens and advocates!
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John Choe Aug 20
Wow, how can they say "reckless bicyclists" with a straight face when so many people are being killed by "responsible motorists"?
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cycletoworkday Aug 20
Handcycles are powered by the arms and upper body rather than the legs. They’re more efficient than wheelchairs in the same way that bicycles are more efficient than pedal-less balance bikes: they’re geared, so they amplify your effort.
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Bike New York Aug 20
Forging a 🚲 friendly city will require a lot more data on bike use in NYC. “We don’t really understand what’s happening with bikes in the city”
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John Choe Aug 20
Please include protected lanes for because is not "a joke" and our people don't "deserve" to die as our community board leadership claim.
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Long Island Streets Aug 20
Driver caught on camera riding over bikes after confrontation with teens - this is what happens when our leaders give drivers the green light to hate kids on bikes
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Joby Jacob Aug 19
A helmet protects your head but is useless if your leg is ripped off by a reckless driver. On the other hand, a protected bike lane keeps all riders safe. Thank you for supporting protected bike lanes & giving away helmets in Queens! Keep it up!
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Daniel A Solow Aug 19
Replying to @News12LI @LIStreetsNY
no sidewalk and the driver doesn’t want to share the lane. If you can’t see that you are the problem thoughts?
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Ben Turner Aug 19
These kids remind me of when I was young, when we used to roam free on our bikes in the summer. The main reason kids don’t do this as much anymore is fear of cars. Better bike infrastructure would allow more kids to get healthy exercise and explore their neighborhoods.
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All's Quiet on the Central Queens Front Aug 19
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Gothamist Aug 19
Queens Night Market's Rock Center 'Outpost' Extended Through September
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Queens Greenway Aug 19
Eastern Queens All-Star Rozic is protecting her constituents w/ free helmets & better lanes
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Rory Schnurr Aug 16
Hard to imagine a vehicle on its roof if everyone was traveling at the spped limit.
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Ben Turner Aug 16
People oppose bike lanes, but get angry (or violent) when they have to share the road or sidewalk with cyclists. We need proper bicycle infrastructure in NYC. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Ben Turner Aug 16
Car crash at Utopia and 46th Avenue in Auburndale, the scene of many crashes. We need traffic calming measures to reduce the number of incidents like this.
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Queens Greenway Aug 15
Free Helmets and New Bike Lanes in Eastern Queens
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Bike South Brooklyn! Aug 15
On Saturday, it'll be nice out, and we're riding from bay to bay and bridge to bridge! Brooklyn group rolls out of McKinley Park at 8am and meets up with Good Bike Friends in Queens in Flushing Meadows at 11am. See you then!
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