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Although needed bicycle  infrastructure may be stagnated, ridership increases in NYC according to this article by Sarah Goodyear.


The Steady Rise of Bike Ridership in New York Advocates say the latest numbers are encouraging, but the city could still be doing more. 

By: Sarah Goodyear
April 16th, 2015
The Atlantic-CityLab

  

The newest commuter cycling numbers are out for New York City, and they’re bigger than ever. The latest count available from the city’s transportation department shows a 4 percent increase over the previous year, as measured during 2014’s peak cycling season at key points in New York’s bike network [PDF]. The 12-hour weekday count at seven data-collection points was up to 21,112—compared to an anemic 5,631 in 2002.

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