Although needed bicycle infrastructure may be stagnated, ridership increases in NYC according to this article by Sarah Goodyear.
The Steady Rise of Bike Ridership in New York Advocates say the latest numbers are encouraging, but the city could still be doing more.
By: Sarah Goodyear April 16th, 2015 The Atlantic-CityLab
Here is another article about the recent rightofway.org memorial stencil action.
From The Atlantic Cities: What We Can Do About Kids Killed by Cars By: Sarah Goodyear October 15th, 2013 photo by: Right of Way
It’s a biological imperative: We respond more emotionally to the deaths of children than we do to the deaths […]
Here is a story by Sarah Goodyear for Atlantic Cities about her recent trip with a bike convoy of donations (from Bicycle Habitat) to the Rockaways.
The Power of Bicycles in Disaster Recovery
We rolled out from the Bicycle Habitat store on Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn just after 10 in the morning […]
Sunday was the “We ride the lanes,” family friendly bike rally to support the Prospect Park Bike Lane. I stopped by with the family and friends and found myself trying to explain to a man with a foreign accent, “Why would anyone be against a bike lane?”
Here is an article from Grist.org […]