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Kenneth Jackson is the third reported driver from Approved Oil to kill a pedestrian or cyclist in the last two years.
The winding prehistory of the bicycle in New York City, and what happened next, is the subject of a fascinating new exhibit opening tomorrow at the Museum of the City of New York.
De Blasio announced his plan on Thursday to address this "growing safety problem" by directing the NYPD to crackdown on e-bike scofflaws and their employers.
And in the spring, they'll launch a to-go option selling grocery-type things like bread, fruit and flowers plus...cycling gear.
Here, let this dude with dreadlocks and purple socks illuminate you on the proper way to lock up your bicycle.
Just days after news broke that the popular program is mired in debt, it turns out that the general manager of NYC Bike Share—which operates Citi Bike—is leaving his post.
Cycling activists Right of Way took the problem of 6th Avenue, a known hazard for cyclists and pedestrians—into their own hands.
One NYC cyclist argues that bikers need to put the fear in pedestrians.
For the first week, bike share will only be available for members.
"Bike lanes, I put that now in the category of things you shouldn’t discuss at dinner parties, right?" City Council Speaker Christine Quinn reportedly said yesterday.
"Despite the damage, New York will have the nation’s largest bike share system up and running this spring," DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan assured worried cyclists in a statement. Fingers crossed.
The ubiquitous orange and green trucks may not be idling near your front stoop for much longer.
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