Bike Lanes a Go for Sunnyside, Long Island City

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This week city officials told Community Board Two there are definite plans to install shared and buffered bike lanes on 11th Street, 39th Street, 49th Avenue and Skillman Avenue in 2014. The Daily News reports that the city wants to create north-south connections and east-west connections with the lanes, as well as connections to the Pulaski Bridge, Queens Plaza, Hunters Point, and of course to Sunnyside. CB2 asked for more bike parking locations in Long Island City and city officials said they’d look into potential spots. The board initially approved these changes over the summer, so there was no controversy at the meeting this week. Back then, the city aimed to install these lanes before the end of the year, but it looks like the timetable’s been pushed back.

City Announces More Bike Lanes for Long Island City [NY Daily News]
New Bike Routes, Lane Markings Coming to LIC, Sunnyside [Q'Stoner]

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One Comment

  • Great news. Now if we can get some kind of bike lane on the Review Ave bridge to Greenpoint all my Queens to Brooklyn commuting woes will be taken care of.