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The study is set to cost $370,000, and an overhaul will be performed only if engineers and the DOT deem it feasible.
This trucker found an amazing life-hack on Kent Avenue, and you won't believe what happened next.
Tailgating the lousy cyclist in his way.
Someday this war's gonna end, but not today.
Plus, what it takes for a former deputy mayor to hit you with an umbrella.
Get ready for more traffic calming, and much less stressful bike rides.
He denies there was any sort of nefarious bike lane plot afoot.
"It's amazing," said former NYC Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan.
"It felt like someone hit me in the stomach with a sledgehammer," a witness said.
Originally slated for completion in 2014, the project remains mired in the "review phase," with transit officials saying it won't be completed until 2015.
In addition to the park's new pedestrian/bike path on 96th Street, the Central Park Conservancy now plans to drop a lane of traffic on Terrace Drive in favor of a second bike lane.
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