Oriental Boulevard: Bicycle Lane Impacts

New York City Department of Transportation

The "Oriental Boulevard Bike Lane Impacts" study by New York DOT shows that new high-quality bike lanes (five-foot lanes with a four- to five-foot buffer) reduce speeding, increase bicycling and contribute to an overall decrease in motorized traffic on Oriental Boulevard and adjacent streets in New York City. Charts and graphs display the data from a number of measures.

Filed in: Engineering, Plans and Policies

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