Here are a few reports of #bikesandy experiences.
First up Core77 talks about how handy the bike sharing program would have been, plus in depth reports on Casey Neistat’s amazing bike footage and the status of a couple of Red Hook bicycle businesses. Hurricane Sandy vs NYC Cyclists
Posted by Ray November […]
It’s hard enough taking the challenge of cycle commuting here in “The Big City.”
Somedays we have to deal with angry people who place tacks on our pathways.
Take for instance, last week when owner of Samurai Messenger Company and 13 year veteran messenger, Joshua Weitzner makes this chilling find on the 59th St. […]
Transportation Nation’s Alex Goldmark is putting together a source map of abandon bike’s in NYC.
Perhaps this is a good time to check the map and make sure your ride isn’t being categorized as “abandoned,” or if you have a local neglected bicycle in your neighborhood, add it to the map.
Here is […]
Reporter Alex Goldmark, from transportationnation.org does an investigative piece on the pitfalls of pursuing criminal charges against motorists who kill cyclists in NYC and the cultural landscape that is often too quick to blame the victim.
Killed While Cycling: Why So Few Fatal Bike Crashes Lead to Arrest in NYC By: Alex Goldmark Published: […]
So just exactly do we quantify all the harassment of cyclists in 2011 in their “Operation Safecycle?”
Alex Goldmark of the blog, Transportation Nation had this report:
NYPD Issued Almost 50,000 Bicycle Tickets in 2011
The NYPD doled out 48,556 summonses to bike riders in 2011. That figure was reported by Executive Officer […]
WNYC did some crowdsourcing to gather information about cyclists receiving tickets. They’ve created a map based on reports sent in by those ticketed.
Reporter Alex Goldmark recently posted results of the NYPD’s landmark ticket blitz and the information gathered.
WNYC News Blog: Map | Tracking Bike Ticketing in the Five Boroughs By Alex […]
Not necessarily an original idea, crowd sourcing and mapping the tickets being handed out to cyclists, but Transportation Nation the blog by WNYC transportation reporter Andrea Berstein is getting into the game.
Hey, the more the better, and maybe this will lead to good press about a bad harassment campaign by the NYPD.