Gallery: Manhattan’s 5th and 6th Avenues to Get Protected Bike Lanes!

In the past, New York wasn’t exactly been known as a bike-friendly city, but Transportation Alternatives is trying to change that. The organization is planning to install protected cycle lanes on Fifth and Sixth avenues, which would allow two-wheeled New Yorkers to travel much more easily and safely around the island. The new lanes would make a huge difference in our bikeability rep by letting more riders navigate two of the city’s most centrally-located roadways. After all, what’s the point in cycling round the city if you’re unable to use New York’s main routes?

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