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Signs alerting pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers to the new street rules near Broadway and West 24th Street.
A woman uses a new 24th Street crosswalk to cross Broadway. Department of Transportation officials installed the new walkway after closely studying the intersection and finding that thousands of pedestrians each day would venture into traffic and cross at the intersection, despite the previous lack of a signal and crosswalk.
A Citibike rider enters a new protected bike lane on Broadway south of West 26th Street.
Citi Bike Senior Driver Ed Avilez removes two bikes from the racks at Broadway and West 24th Street in Flatiron, Manhattan. The Citi Bike docking station will soon move across 24th Street to free up pedestrian space.
New Do Not Enter on Broadway at West 25th Street.
The newly-protected bike lane splits as 5th Avenue and Broadway cross in Manhattan's Flatiron neighborhood.
New York DOT Manhattan Borough Commissioner Luis Sanchez announces the opening of the new Shared Streets zone.
A cyclist uses a new protected bike lane to move east on West 25th Street.
A man bikes down a newly-installed protected bike lane on 5th Avenue between West 25th and 24th Streets in Flatiron, Manhattan. The lane was given additional protection as part of the DOT's new Shared Streets redesign.
An island area along Broadway will become the new home of a Citi Bike docking station.
City officials and local business leaders cut a ceremonial ribbon at the opening of the Shared Streets area.
Drivers will need to re-learn how to get around the area of West 25th Street and Broadway.
A Seamless delivery worker takes advantage of the new northbound stretch of Broadway between West 24th and 25th Streets.