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NYC Is Making Bridges Safer for Cyclists
New Yorkers make 19,000 trips over the city's four East River Bridges every day, so the city is looking at ways to make the trips safer.
November 20, 2014
NYC Community Boards Respond to DOT’s Critics
The changes DOT implements under Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan’s leadership impact people’s lives, so naturally the agency attracts criticism ...
March 6, 2013
Columbus Avenue Bike Lane Approved by Community Board Committee
A proposal that would extend a bike lane on Columbus Avenue both north and south was passed by ...
January 10, 2013
Bronx Will Hold State’s Largest Free Cycling Event
Nearly 6,000 cyclists will ride through the borough’s 61 neighborhoods in the 18th annual Tour de Bronx Sunday, ...
October 1, 2012
‘How Safe do you Feel?’ Cycling in Dublin Termed ‘Dangerous’
A new report shows that even experienced cyclists find cycling in Dublin 'dangerous'
August 23, 2012
Photo of the Week
Four Olympic BMX bikers are airborne in the semifinals of the men’s BMX cycling. Latvia’s Maris Strombergs won ...
August 23, 2012
Ontario Coroner’s Report Outlines Strategies to Increase Bike Safety
A review of cycling deaths in Ontario has given rise to 14 recommendations in a report from the ...
June 21, 2012
Safety Jitters Ahead of July Bikeshare Launch
An influx of 10,000 bikes has the potential to overload the city’s streets some say, making planning key ...
June 20, 2012
“Get On Your Bike” for Bike Week
Bike Week 2012 takes place from the 16th to the 24th of June this year, with cycling events ...
June 19, 2012
Midtown Bike Lane Proposal Moves Forward
Crosstown bike lanes in Midtown got the seal of approval from Community Board 6 Wednesday evening.
June 14, 2012
NYC Bike Share Dubbed ‘Citi Bikes’
Citibank became the long sought-after private sponsor for the city’s upcoming bike share system on Monday. Definite prices ...
May 8, 2012
Largest Bike Tour in North America Held
The TD Five Boro Bike Tour attracted more than 30,000 cyclists on Sunday to ride through New York ...
May 6, 2012
Bamboo Bike Maker Hopes to See Industry Blossom in Canada
A B.C. bicycle manufacturer is joining an emerging new trend by using an unusual material to build bike ...
April 30, 2012
Fatal Bicycling Accidents From 2011 Remembered
Friends and family of 2011 bicycling accident victims honored those who died on Sunday with a series of ...
March 18, 2012
NYC Bike-Share Exhibit Seeks Feedback
Two Wheel Transit: NYC Bike Share, a new exhibit at the Center for Architecture, is designed to help ...
January 13, 2012
Chicago Builds Protected Bike Lanes
Chicago is joining New York, Portland, Ore., San Francisco, and Washington D.C. on a short list of the ...
June 10, 2011
As South Korea Pushes for Cycling, Safety Questions Remain
The South Korean government is spending millions to promote cycling as a form of transport to the Korean ...
September 7, 2009
‘Wartime Mode’: Inside China’s Current Virus Hotspots
2 Off-Duty Virginia Police Officers Charged With US Capitol Breach Fired From Jobs
Wisconsin Senate Votes to Repeal Governor’s Statewide Mask Mandate
Isabel van Brugen
Biden Orders DOJ to Phase Out Use of Federally Funded Private Prisons
Video: How to Have Difficult Political Conversations: Karlyn Borysenko
Video: Don’t Allow Yourself to be Censored—Interview With Elizabeth Heng
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Sen. Leahy Returns Home After Being Examined at Hospital for Feeling Unwell
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Biden Administration Orders 200 Million More Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine
California Officials Say the State’s Unemployment Benefits Fraud Could Top $11 Billion
Capitol Police Chief Offers ‘Sincerest Apologies’ for Not Being Prepared for Jan. 6