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Delancey street

Cyclists traveling east are supposed to enter the bridge by riding for a few bone-jarring feet next to the automobiles screaming up the bridge's approach, then taking what is essentially a 90-degree turn up the steep, narrow ramp meant for bicycles.
Four blocks of Delancey Street were buckled.
The five year plan also proposes more bike parking, SBS service, and street accessibility.
This happened just before 2:30 a.m. this morning.
Spending public resources to harass a group of law-abiding cyclists works against Mayor de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton's pledge to make the streets safer.
The DOT has released plans to fix the hairy pedestrian crossings and alleviate crippling congestion at the intersections of Delancey and Bowery and Spring and Bowery.
The F train is not the place to be at the moment, with an earlier fire on the uptown tracks at the Delancey/Essex station reportedly snarling the morning commute.
The incident was not investigated by the department's Collision Investigation Squad.
The Bowery Ballroom was a shoe store in the 1930s.
Officials unveiled some much-needed safety improvements along Delancey Street today: "Crossing Delancey Street should not be the stuff of fiction, and it should not just be for the brave of heart," DOT Commissioner Sadik-Khan said.
The DOT is trying to make Delancey Street safer with the most adorable little signs. But as these video show, drivers aren't very appreciative.
Police released a video of two men who tried to rob the Duane Reade at 100 Delancey Street last week and even fired at the cashier.
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