An in depth article on Transportation Alternatives, their history and moving forward in a time of new bike growth and possible delays.
For Bike Advocates Delayed Gratification
It was supposed to be the summer of bike share.
And for Transportation Alternatives, the bicycle and pedestrian advocacy group, it was supposed to be a time to celebrate. A fund-raising party in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn — complete with a choreographed “Bike Ballet” — was set for Aug. 23, a date chosen early this summer and meant to occur long after the bikes had rolled out.
The party will go on. But, with Labor Day looming, the city’s bike-share program, to be the largest in the country and once promised for July, has not yet hit the streets.
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