- Arlington bike month activities
- New CaBi stations at 15th and Euclid and Mass and Eye
- Robot Ride on Wednesday
- NBC story on the M Street cycle track puts a lot of focus lost parking.
- One cyclists story on being the victim of a hit and run.
- New York bike share synopsis. And more focus on the NIMBYs "It is a sign of how much more sensitive the city has become – only 60 years ago, Robert Moses could tear down entire communities to make way for the motor car, with relative impunity."
- Bike kiosks have been defaced with posters deriding the $41m sponsorship of the scheme, by Citibank. In Fort Greene, leaflets saying "residential landmark blocks are not for advertising or commercial activity" were slapped over the kiosks. Street vendors have protested that their regular parking spaces are being obliterated. The owner of a Tribeca bistro was almost arrested when he waged a sit-down occupation outside his restaurant, to prevent the installation of the racks.
- The residents of the 100-year-old building fear the value of their property will decline thanks to marauding cyclists riding on the sidewalk, knocking down older people and children.
- "Bike lanes, I put that now in the category of things you shouldn't discuss at dinner parties," one of the front-runner candidates to succeed Michael Bloomberg, Christine Quinn, said recently.
- an underlying truth is in danger of being lost: that the scheme is overwhelmingly supported by New Yorkers. Polls suggest more than 70% approval across the city.
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