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Hudson river greenway

It’s far from clear that bollards alone are a tenable solution, in much the same way that metal detectors aren’t an answer to mass shootings.
The driver of a for-hire vehicle struck a cyclist in lower Manhattan on Friday morning in what appeared to be a intentional ramming, according to one witness.
For some reason, it seems that a majority of you seem to prefer to run on the bikeway adjacent to the busy West Side Highway instead of on the scenic waterfront walkway...
There are plenty of long, spectacular and scenic rides in and around the city to remind you that sometimes the best part of going from point A to point B is the journey itself.
A CUNY professor participating in a group bike ride along the Hudson River Greenway was allegedly kicked off his bike by a pedestrian Thursday evening. Is this the NYC bikelash in action?
(Selector M2's Flickr) Michael Strasmich, a retired small business owner in
[UPDATE BELOW] A report that just came in over the wires that
The Choke Point via Google Street View The west side of
Photo from Transportation Alternatives Transportation Alternatives, the bicycling, pedestrian, and public
Photo credit: Kayvon A tipster sent us this photo taken today
Mayor Bloomberg has been leading the city for over five years,
Today, there's a fascinating Op-Ed by Robert Sullivan about the state
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