(photo from: getoffmybikelane.com ) Alright you finally decided to ride in the bike lane and help be another person that is actually using the infrastructure that the city has provided to make biking easier in NYC. After dodging the confused cars turning into them, the pedestrians thinking it’s an extension of their cell phone [...]
Dateline 3/24/11. Our old pal the Prospect Park West Bike lane is still blowing up the news like the crazed tweets of Martin Sheen’s son, well maybe not that popular. (Charlie Sheen does have 3,141,447 followers on twitter.)
WNYC’s Brian Lehrer couldn’t resist the opportunity since the cover spread in NY Magazine. Yesterday [...]
WNYC’s Brian Lehrer talked about the bicycle crackdown in NYC in his morning show.
He asked if people have been given tickets during the official crackdown…I left this comment:
“It’s one thing if the NYPD can differentiate between obnoxious cycling breaking the law and being unsafe to pedestrians such as riding on the [...]
NYC talk show host and bicycle commuter had his first bike stolen in 25 years last weekend.
Really sorry to hear that Brian.
In response he had on the Brian Lehrer show, Hal Ruzal, bicycle guru from one of the oldest bike shops in NYC, Bicycle Habitat (244 Lafayette St-NYC) Hal had some [...]
Brian Lehrer had a good show on today about Twitter. From the site: “Farhad Manjoo, Slate’s technology columnist and the author of True Enough: Learning To Live in a Post-Fact Society talks about what Twitter means and how different groups use it. “
Listen to the show here.
Yes, I have [...]
The Department of City Planning, bet you didn’t know we even had this organization, has just released a feasibility report on the possibility of having a Paris-like bike sharing program in NYC. (although I can’t seem to find the report)
Paul Steely White, executive director of Transportation Alternatives was on WNYC’s [...]
MTA adds bike hooks on their M7 trains according to Aaron Naparstek of Streetsblog.
Perhaps this is the beginning of a seamless relationship for people who want to combine their commutes with the MTA. you can send comments about these hooks at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a prime time to get feedback to the [...]