Why Can't NYC Fix Its Deadly Bike-Lane Problem?

Published On 09/10/2016 Published On 09/10/2016
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A ghost bike memorial for a killed NYC cyclist | Juan Aunion/Shutterstock
Better, smarter bike-lane infrastructure can directly save the lives of New York’s 780,000 regular bike riders.
Parking is a consistent rallying cry in the battle against bike lanes.
To view cycling in NYC as a conspicuous affectation of young, educated, upper-middle-class New Yorkers is to sell it short.