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Meeker Ave - Morgan Ave - Driggs Ave

Please introduce a two-way bike lane on Driggs from Meeker to Division, connecting with the Williamsburg Bridge bike lane entrance. If there is not sufficient space to install a two-way curbside protected route on Driggs, then please consider installing contraflow bike lanes instead, where on a one-way street bike traffic takes the lane with car traffic going one direction, flanked on the left side by a bike lane going in the opposite direction. This is safe for cyclists because bikes going in the opposite direction of car traffic can clearly see oncoming traffic and, combined with other traffic calming such as curb extensions for daylighting and raised intersections on on all street corners, there is little to no risk of blind spots or speeding car traffic. Also, bikes taking the lane in the same direction as car traffic will be clearly visible to cars, again minimizing crash risk.

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Kingsland Ave - Jj Byrne Memorial Bridge - Greenpoint Ave

Greenpoint Ave & McGuinness is a busy and unsafe intersection that should be enhanced with pedestrian & cycle improvements. Greenpoint, as an important bike route between Greenpoint & Sunnyside should have concrete-protected bike lanes to ensure safety as the area is very industrial and encounters heavy truck traffic. This should connect seamlessly with McGuinness as well as extending over to the cycle route on West Street. McGuinness in turn should have a concrete-protected cycle route connecting the Pulaski bridge with Meeker Ave, Metropolitan, and Grand.

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Mcguinness Boulevard - Greenpoint Ave - Kent St - Brooklyn

Bikers should not be allowed to ride in the street anymore because they do not follow traffic laws, run red lights, and make turns without signaling. If there is such an extreme need for cyclists, then they should ride on the sidewalks which will avoid any potential for collision. Why should drivers have to concede to cyclists when they don't respect drivers in the neighborhood? Cyclists weave in between cars and then cry about how dangerous riding around the neighborhood is. Cyclists should also be made to register their bikes as a vehicle with plates so they can be fined as well. If you eliminate lanes on McGuinness, then the excess traffic on residential streets and on the Pulaski Bridge will be enormous, especially during rush hour.

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Mcguinness Boulevard - Mcguinness Boulevard - Nassau Ave

Greenpoint/McGuiness is a tough intersection for cyclists travelling east-west. Some people just bike on the sidewalk here.

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Mcguinness Boulevard - Freeman St - Pulaski Bridge

Request for protected bike lane on McGuiness Blvd

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Leonard St - Meeker Ave - Richardson St

Leonard and Manhattan bike lanes are useless, always parked in.

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Mcguinness Boulevard - Freeman St - Eagle St

There's no good way to get from Pulaski Bridge to eastern Greenpoint by bike.

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Humboldt St - Bayard St - Mcguinness Blvd South

New crosswalk is dangerous, needs leading pedestrian interval. Cars speed as they turn left onto the onramp.

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Norman Ave - Mcguinness Boulevard - Mcguinness Boulevard

Lots of ped traffic in the morning associated with school drop off. Large trucks turning. People don't have enough time to cross, get stuck on medians.

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Broome St - Mcguinness Blvd South - Mcguinness Blvd South

Uncontrolled crosswalk, many cross here anyway

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