Got a message from @Aunt_Bike in need of some attention and a petition to be signed, concerning Staten Island and an important fatal crash investigation unit of the NYPD.
Here is more: Keep Staten Islands NYPD Fatal Collision Squad in Staten Island
Keep Staten Islands NYPD Fatal Collision Squad in Staten Island The […]
Not a bad start for StreetsPAC, a group dedicated to electing public officials who share a common vision of safer streets for NYC.
Their members and volunteers made a great effort in getting the vote out, hitting up cyclists across the city with concise literature that highlighted their endorsed candidates.
Here is an […]
Two outstanding members of our bike community were arrested today in a massive protest against corporate America being titled #F29.
I saw this on twitter:
and this from Alison Kilkenny of Citizen Radio
Joe Sharkey (@critmasspanic) of NYC World Naked Bike Ride and Time’s Up volunteer Monica Hunken were nabbed outside of […]
Today (Leap Day) the Occupy Wall Street movement is taking it to the street on bikes.
As seen by: @critmasspanic
BRING YOUR BIKE AND STAY ON IT.
Meetups in NYC: 9am Pulitzer fountain (5th Ave &59th), 10am Tudor city (2nd Ave & 43rd), 11:30am NY Library (5th Ave & 41st)
Find out […]
Here is another article about proposed changes to the Prospect Park traffic loop.
New York Daily News: Bike, walk or run in Prospect Park? Big changes coming down the road. Cars to be reduced to one lane By: Simone Weichselbaum Published: February 27, 2012
(photo caption: Pack of fast bike riders in Prospect […]
Today there will be no posts on this blog in solidarity with many other sites who are taking a stand, such as Boing, Boing, Wikipedia.org and google.com. The reason for this internet black out is in response to the US Senate which is considering legislation that would radically alter this thing we call the […]
Learned about this through Time’s Up.
Activist Technology Demo Day
Saturday, January 28 3-6pm Eyebeam Art + Technology Center
From Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street, technology has played an important role in shaping contemporary resistance and the representation of these events in the media. What new tools of protest and occupation have emerged […]
I first meet Andrew Lynn when I participated in a fun action where we walked around Kmart in the East Village and didn’t buy anything. This was part of an anti-consumer form of street theatre called Whirlmart. Since then Andrew has been super active in bicycle issues, working upstate with Troy bike rescue and […]
Did everbody see this? The latest in the NYPD embarassing harassment of bike riders.
Jasmijn Rijcken, the general manager of VANMOOF bicycles in Amsterdam was in town at the end of April to attend the New Amsterdam bicycle show in NYC. The NYPD welcomed her to our fair city by almost writing […]
Kind of late but I just saw this on Brooklyn Spoke:
There is a community board 10 meeting tonight to discuss a bike lane for Bay Ridge. From CB10:
“Community Board 10â€™s Traffic and Transportation Committeeâ€¦member Bob Cassara put forward a motion to call on the Department of Transportation to paint a […]