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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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(((Joby Jacob))) Jan 18
Parsons Blvd in has been designated by as a future lane since ‘93. Traffic calming, daylighting, and bike lanes could help prevent tragedies like this. , we need too!
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Richard A. Brown Jan 11
DA Brown: Motorist Charged with Leaving the Scene of an Incident in Which a 77-year-old Woman was Killed
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TimesLedger Jan 18
Driver in fatal Flushing hit-and-run thought she had hit ice: DA
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Queens Greenway Jan 18
In Flushing driver killed & dragged pedestrian 193', then claimed ignorance. Standing tough against street crime
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Philip Leff Jan 16
New electric bus and charging station.
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Peter Kim 🏙️🚴🚶🚇 Jan 16
The offers a very informative Traffic Calming Toolkit for residents to understand what tools are available to help make their streets safer.
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Queens Greenway Jan 17
Congratulations to the chair of Committee on Parks & Recreation,…
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Numberphile Jan 17
New video looks at some math involving speeding and car crashes.
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CityLab Jan 16
Dense, well-educated, immigrant-friendly cities boost longevity—especially for the low-income.
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Make Queens Safer Jan 16
What's the best way to celebrate zero fatalities on ? Well, by attending workshop on Phase 4 of January 23rd!
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Joelle Galatan Jan 15
Def don't recommend riding/running on the Eastern QNS Greenway... Soo much black ice
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Laura Shepard Jan 15
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Ydanis Rodriguez Jan 7
The main excuse is that people don’t ride bikes during winter and are unnecessary. Cars are parked in our streets for days, some for weeks & months, because we have created spaces for cars. So our City must keep investing in safe walking & cycling infrastructure.
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US Department of the Interior Jan 12
Star trails at Dream Lake by Evan Kokoska
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Streetsblog New York Jan 12
What Toronto is doing for streetcars on King Street is very similar to what NYC should do for buses on 14th Street and Grand Street before the L-pocalypse
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Queens Greenway Jan 12
It's great that the is starting a pilot for 100% electric buses. We deserve cleaner buses. via
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Queens Chronicle Jan 12
The Mid-Queens Council is back up and running, and borough bike lanes are their number one priority.
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Brooklyn Spoke Jan 11
Lots of praise to Ted Wright and the whole bike team for deftly shepherding this through many public forums and community board meetings. Also to and for their leadership.
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Queens Greenway Jan 12
Good article from . Smart engineering has saved 100's of lives, maybe even yours.
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Queens Chronicle Jan 11
With Prospect Park in Brooklyn going car-free, could we see Flushing Meadows Corona Park follow suit? Probably not, but some advocates would like to see more bike-friendly car restrictions there.
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