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Humboldt St - Herbert St - Meeker Ave

Humboldt St is a perfect opportunity for a Bike Boulevard. It connects north-south through the entire neighborhood, and could connect further north to a protected route on McGuinness Blvd. It's close to the commercial areas on Graham Ave and Bushwick Ave without causing conflicts for delivery trucks or MTA buses. It will also provide a safe biking route for both the Williamsburg and Bushwick Houses.

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Guernsey St - Nassau Ave - Norman Ave

The Berry St Open Street provides a good opportunity for a continuous, safe east-west route through Greenpoint. Combined with a safe McGuinness route, this could expand access to McGolrick and McCarren Parks to the northern part of Greenpoint.

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Kent Ave - Metropolitan Ave - North 1 St

As the only east-west street that crosses Meeker, it is super important that Metropolitan provide a safe, concrete-protected biking route all the way from the water to East Williamsburg. Aggressive driving, large trucks, and rampant double parking make this a very unsafe route that delivery workers and other bike riders must use. Remove parking and travel lanes, add loading zones on side streets, and give a protected lane.

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Mcguinness Boulevard - Freeman St - Pulaski Bridge

McGuinness needs a fully concrete- or bollard-protected route to provide north-south connections from the Pulaski Bridge to the new Meeker Ave lanes.

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