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Shekar Krishnan 7h
A kid. And his bike. Taking over 34th Ave.
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Udo Fenchel 11h
Still just an interim measure, but made good on the Mayor’s announcement to close the 2nd Ave bike lane gap leading up to the Midtown tunnel. Thank you and let’s hope it persists.
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Steve Vaccaro 8h
How to support our ecosystem of nonprofits, bike shops, event promoters as virusworld starves them of resources. We need them!
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Joanna Oltman Smith 7h
Ride-through: fast food twist.
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Steve Vaccaro 16h
Get you fixed here.
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Ryan Smith 21h
Makes sense that won’t let create more for car-free travel and recreation. Where would all of this rush-hour car traffic go?
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Cathasach 'Bike Mayor' O'Neill Mar 25
Why has no city agency done anything to help delivery riders who are on the front lines of this crisis?
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Mr Kakyrov Mar 26
Nightly rides during corona is like coming to school on senior skip day
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NYC Bike Map Mar 26
NYC Bike Map now displays locations! Check it out at . What other features should we add?
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CJ Wojtkowski 정 Mar 26
What’s usually a white-knuckle Hail Mary ride is a breeze without all the cars.
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Jacob Robert Mar 21
yesterday i was commuting by bike and i *witnessed* someone flip their car on the wburg bridge. i was v grateful to be on an elevated bike lane away from vehicles. it was a disturbing reminder of the dangers that cars pose to peds, cyclists and the drivers themselves.
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noel hidalgo - 🌹🗽🇵🇷🚲🖖🏽 - personal acct Mar 25
NYC Chinatown on 24 March 2020 at 17:30. , still we ride.
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Streetfilms (972 videos!) 11h
A brief montage I got today on 34th Ave, Jax Hghts open streets due to . Healthy amount of distance between people walking, & running. It was not too many people and not too few. Some comments follow in tweets.
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Moe 14h
I can’t be mad when streets are this empty! 🤷🏽‍♂️
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Steve Vaccaro Mar 26
Thread. Read this people!
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noel hidalgo - 🌹🗽🇵🇷🚲🖖🏽 - personal acct Mar 26
i got a good 25 min "commute" in this morning... and by that, i bike from my house back to my house to work f/c.
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joseph Mar 24
Seemingly impossibly quiet Canal Street - sparse traffic; no street vendors. Now would be a good time to add improvised bikes lanes for safe East / West passage and safe exit from Manhattan Bridge
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Bike New York 15h
Using hand signals will help you communicate what you are going to do next. Bike New York Education Director Rich Conroy will show you the signals to use before turning, slowing down, stopping, and changing lanes.
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Vlado Vince 11h
Thank you for staying open for essential service and pickup! It's so important to maintain access to bike repair while keeping both the workers and customers safe
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Brooklyn Greenway 14h
Bike Riding Trends Shift During Coronavirus Pandemic:
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