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Make the north sidewalk or north curbside parking a two-way bicycle lane to fill the Bronx River Greenway gap here.

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Bridge to existing bike lane.

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Connection from bridge to park.

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NYPD Traffic needs to start issuing tickets to drivers who exit on the street side; that's the only way people will get the message. Have cab drivers lock those doors so people can't exit to the street side, and ticket them as well. Ticket for pickup and dropoff in bike lanes, and trucks stopped to unload in the bike lanes.

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Need bike lanes going to the shared use paths at the Goethals and Bayonne Bridges so cyclists can travel between them safely

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my morning commute

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On route, , standardized signs should indicate reference location in a readable size, like highway mile markers, but indicating what Street (or a Avenue) latitude or longitude I am crossing as I continue on the route. I am riding north and see the Intrepid. Have I passed 38th street ? Who knows.

2 where there are opens between the greenway and westside highway 9, provide cyclist-oriented signs to tell me if A. opening leads to an east bound Street B. If east ound street has bike lane or formal bike route C. Where bike route goes to (Penn Station ? Union Square Park ? East River ?)
4. Put these signs in advance of the opening, so I can decide if I should continue or exit soon. Just like freeway exits allow drivers to make informed choice to exit or continue.

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1 With absence of cars, speed li.it should be raised to 45 mph 2. Pedestrian underpasses with gentle walking ramps (gentle slope, smooth but grippy pavement) should e added to encourage pedestrian crossing without waiting for a light. 3 in park, standardized signs should indicate reference location in a readable size, like highway mile markers, but indicating what Street or a Avenue latitude or longitude I am crossing. 4 enterences should be signed to welcome cyclists. Big green "yes bike here", no am vigorous 'no (motor) vehicles' . 5 park exits and entrances should be clearly marked as oneway or two way.

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Cycling path needs to be 1. Wider 2.seperated from joggers/scooters/tourists 3. Better lit 4. Stairs replaced by ramps 5. Eastbound downslope visually protected from oncoming headlights 6. Routinely swept.
7. Certified a d recommended as an Express cycling route.

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Contraflow bike lane needed to reach the highway bridge from points north.

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Jewel Avenue and/or 69th Road need safe, protected bike routes to connect Eastern Queens across Flushing Meadows park to the Queens Blvd protected bike path.

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Once the new Kosciuszko Bridge bike and pedestrian path opens, there needs to be safe and direct routes to connect to the bridge from interior Queens including the 43/Skillman Aves Bike Path, Northern Blvd, and beyond.

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Queens' coast along the Newtown Creek is an ideal place for a two-way protected bike path since there are few intersections which would limit conflicts. This would also create a safe bike route from the Queensboro and Pulaski Bridges to Maspeth, Glendale and Ridgewood.

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The area under the BQE from Metropolitan Avenue to the new Kosciuszko Bridge bike & pedestrian path should have a protected bike path in all of the underutilized space under the elevated roadway. This is a perfect chance to connect a new interboro protected bike path to the rest of the bike network, create active space in a depressing area as well as re-connect neighborhoods that have been disconnected by the building of the expressway.

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Bike lane here should be against the curb or protected on both sides with flex post. A lot of drivers cut across it at the last section to take E 124th St from 1st Ave.

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A bike/pedestrian bridge here would be great.

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Been waiting for this bike lane/greenway extension for years! The first phase has been useless without it.

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Willis Ave badly needs a protected bike lane from at least the Willis Ave Bridge to the Hub.

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Soundview Ave just went through a lot of changes, with welcomed added pedestrian improvements. However, it's 4 lanes wide with little traffic. Please remove a lane in each direction and add bicycle lanes to reduce speeding. The bike lanes would encourage people to bicycle to the ferry.

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There should be a bike lane here connecting the parks.

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There should be a bike lane here connecting the park. Wide street with little traffic and speeding.

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The city recently installed a protected bike lane here that goes on the sidewalk, which should remain on the street due to pedestrian activity during the day. You also have drivers driving inside the protected portions and failing to yield when turning at Faile St or at the Hoe Ave stop sign.

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The drawbridge pedestrian/bike path is too narrow and has obstructions.

The intersection of Bronx River Ave and Bruckner Blvd has a lot of problems with aggressive drivers. You have drivers traveling southbound on Bronx River Avenue crossing the double yellow to cut off drivers coming northbound when making a turn east on Bruckner Blvd. It makes it especially hazardous on a bike or on foot.

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The newly implemented bike route on Metropolitan Avenue is not nearly safe enough for cyclists. This is a very small stretch that could have huge positive safety benefits for those biking and walking through this traffic clogged corridor. Similar to the Park Row bike path in front of City Hall, a short stretch of physically protected bike lanes here would be majorly impactful for North Brooklyn and all those that live, visit or travel through.

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Bedford Avenue has more than enough space for a protected bike lane. There are currently no protected bike lanes in the interior of Brooklyn. All Brooklynites deserve safe streets, no matter where they live.

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DeKalb Avenue has more than enough space for a cross-Brooklyn protected bike lane. There are currently no protected bike lanes in the interior of Brooklyn. All Brooklynites deserve safe streets, no matter where they live.

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North Brooklyn needs a fully protected bike route along it's coast, adjacent to the East River, Newtown Creek and Wastewater Treatment Plant. Since there are limited cross-streets, this route would be easy to implement as a two-way protected route. Greenpoint particularly needs a safe, protected bike connection via Provost Street.

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Vehicles traveling west on 7th ave making the left turn onto 19th St. mainly to go down onto the Expy often speed and cut right across the junction in order to beat the light/traffic. Nearly been hit three times (twice as a pedestrian where they screeched to a halt on the crosswalk). Bollards to narrow the road corner similar to 9th street might help?

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Timing of lights was changed a while back so by the time you reach rivington after crossing Delancey in the bike lane you have to wait ages for the red light to enable you to cross left on way to prince/west side. This leads to bikes blocking the bike lane waiting to cross or dangerous crossing as bikers try to get across or at least halfway in between traffic.

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Really bad for double parked cars in the bike lane.

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Connect Canarsie to Brooklyn College! (AF)

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Prospect Park is amazing now that cars are banned. Boerum Place and Adams St needs better enforcement to keep cars from double parking in the bike lane.

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