I feel compelled to follow this story because I had to endure a lot of bike share skeptics who we’re determined to predict the worst when winter came. During the obvious success of New York City’s fledgling bike sharing program in the warmer months many haters would say…”Yeah, it’s popular now, but what about […]
The bike sharing in NYC, now in its fourth month. has created new levels of bicycle acceptability. Like getting married.
From the New York Times: In Sickness and in Health, Long After the Bike Is Due Back By: Matt Flegenheimer October 11th, 2013 After marrying in June, Christie and Sean Hutchinson took the […]
Finally all of Time’s Up and Transportation Alternatives hard work has paid off…at least for a this summer.
Starting Monday, July 8th (Today) Central Park, above 72nd Street will be closed to cars until Labor Day. Definitely an issue both advocacy groups have been battling for decades.
Here is a press release from the […]
I first started documenting the NYPD ticketing cyclists back in 2011, when it seemed to be a coordinated effort by local law enforcement to “crackdown” on illegal cycling maneuvers. Based on several reports, and random postings like this on twitter: It seems as if the police are at it once again in the coldest […]
In an odd twist of irony, the highly anticipated bike sharing program in NYC, which would have come in real handy with the disruptions hurricane Sandy caused, may have been damaged by hurricane Sandy.
The New York Times is reporting the warehouse space in the Navy Yard which is storing the bike share equipment […]
In case you hadn’t heard (I hadn’t until just now) the NYC bike sharing program has officially been delayed until 2013.
Here is a more informed news service than me, the NY Times.
Bike-Share Program Delayed Until Spring, Mayor Says By: Matt Flegenheimer & Michael M. Grynbaum Published: August 17, 2012
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