by admin • • Comments Off on Tappan Zee Bike-Ped Access Hearings on Now
The new bridge is certain to bring a greater amount of motorist traffic, resulting in more noise for South Nyack residents. Increased bicycle use could certainly mitigate that noise, but few residents are drawing that important conclusion.
by admin • • Comments Off on Public’s Last Chance to Weigh in on Regional Transportation Plan
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC), a regional council of governments is conducting a public survey to guide them in the next stage of regional transportation planning, and the deadline is Friday, February 5.
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July 22, 2014– Fort Lee, NJ The authority in charge of the George Washington Bridge connecting New York and New Jersey has issued a flash advisory for drivers traveling West to East today. Until about 3 PM today Tuesday, two…
by admin • • Comments Off on New Voice in Englewood, NJ Seeks Safer Streets
Englewood looks a little like a subsection of Greenwich Village in New York City. Its small shops and relatively mild traffic is only accented further by a nice main street filled with great restaurants.
But traffic on the southbound-only Dean Street is very fast and narrow, and completely unsafe for cyclists. Even pedestrians have great difficulty crossing the street.
by admin • • Comments Off on Ride to T-Town and Around June 22
This ride has it all. Warm up with some laps around the track at T-Town, then ride through some of the most pristine farmland in the area. Sixty-two point eight miles and more than 3,000 feet of climbing will get you in shape in no time.