On Valentine’s Day, the New York Times featured a piece on using cargo bikes to move someone’s belongings from one Manhattan apartment to another, instead of trucks, or other motorized vehicles.
Photo Credit: Karsten Moran for the New York Times (many more photos of the January move are included in the article).
Before NYC got it’s bike share program there was a lot of speculation about whether it was going to succeed. Most of the doubt centered around the winter months when I heard a lot of: “There is no way it’s going to be year round. They’ll have to take all the bikes in and […]
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 […]
This week biking in NYC got some love (coverage) in the local rags.
AM NY had a cover story Monday about how the bike sharing program has been inordinately successful and surpassed expectations.
First Summer of Citibike Exceeds Expectations By: Ivan Pereira September 15th, 2013
New Yorkers have certainly done their “share” […]
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 […]
WBAI 99.5fm now has a new segment as part of it’s “Wake Up Call” morning program called: Bike Talk.
Wednesdays at 7:45am
Here is a bit about the program:
‘Bike Talk’ – a new 15 minute segment on Wake Up Call every Wednesday throughout the summer.
It will bring you news on all […]
Every year I look at 30,000+ cyclists attending the five borough bike tour and wonder, “where are you people the other 364 days a year, biking in NYC?” Understandably, this event provides riders with a safe envivornment as well as the appeal of seeing all five boroughs and using infrastructure normally reserved for the […]
Now when I think of the title Eggman, I can’t help but immediately think of those three kids from Brooklyn who brought hip-hop to suburbia with their beer fueled rambunctious lyrics. Yes non other then the Beastie Boys who had to fight for their right to party but in the end they got a […]
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 […]