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2014

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2013

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2012

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2011

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2010

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2009

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2008

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2007

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2006

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2005

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2004

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  • Summer 2004 - "Safety in Numbers" Redefines Road Safety ...Bike Lanes Coming to Park Slope's 5th Ave...TA Fights for More Safety, Less Harassment...Restoring Vital Habitat: NYC Kids Need Car-Free Parks, Playgrounds and Side Streets...The Just Desserts of DOT's Piecemeal Policy...Governor Pataki's Low Capital Crime: Will He Commit it Again?

  • Spring 2004 -Manhattan Landmarks Commission OK's DOT's Oppressive QBB Chain Link Fence...Opportunity Knocks for Brooklyn Bridge Connector...The DOT Half Way to Fixing Brooklyn Side of Manhattan Bridge Path...Improvements Coming to the Hudson River Greenway...After Brooklyn Boys' Deaths, Electeds and DOT Answer T.A. Call for Action

  • Winter 2004 Heavy Metal Menace...DOT's New "Shared Lane" Bike Markings...T.A. Wins Removal of Greenway Stop Signs...DOT to Study Skyway from Brooklyn Bridge Path To Cadman Plaza...Making the Grade 2003...City Council's Weak Vendor Box Law is Failing NYC Pedestrians...Killer Drivers...Mayor Wants 900 More Cabs...SUVs Twice as Lethal to Pedestrians

2003

  • Fall 2003 Selfish, Unfair Parking Scam...Mayor Opens Interim Manhattan Waterfront Greenway...T.A. Launches "Working Cyclists" Program...Mayor's Verrazano Vision...State DOT Agrees to Remove Hudson River Greenway Stop Signs By November...Vendors Clogging City Sidewalks...New York City Pedestrian Fatalities at Historic Low...Traffic Tickets Save Lives

  • Summer 2003 Light Rail...Guarded Bike Parking...Bridge Bumps...Color in Curbside Bike Lanes...T.A. Sues State DOT To Remove Greenway Stop Signs..T.A. Launches "Safe Routes for Seniors and Schools" in N. Manhattan...T.A. Rallies to Stop Speeding Frenzy in Central Park...GW Bridge to "River Road" Connector Path

  • Spring 2003 Gas Tax Doesn't Cover Road Costs...One Million Red Lights Run Each Day in NYC...Time to Remove the Midtown Crosswalk Barricades For Good...New Rules in Force for Vending Boxes...Pols Act on T.A. Call to Ban Car Alarms...T.A. Defends Car-Free Hours...Include Indoor Bike Parking in Zoning Regulations City...Make Brooklyn Side of the Manhattan Bridge Safe...Re-Mark Safety Symbols on the Brooklyn Bridge

  • Winter 2003 SUV's...Car Alarms...Manhattan Waterfront Greenway...Remove Dangerous Stop Signs...Riverside Park Needs 'Preferred Path'...Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway...Colored Bike Lanes...Car-Free Prospect Park Win...Central Park Turns 150...Pedestrians Applaud DOT Crackdown on Vending Boxes

2002

  • Fall 2002 - Port Authority Eyes Bike Improvements on Both Ends of GWB...DOT Waiting for Cyclist to Be Killed on Brooklyn Side of Manhattan Bridge...Five Easy Things Gov't Should Do to Better Bicycling in 2003...Bikes Aboard Staten Island Railroad Now...Streets are in Shambles...NYC Bikers & Walkers: "Conditions Stink"...East River Bridge Tolls Move to Center Stage....T.A. Calls for Car-Free Summer in Prospect Park in '03

  • Summer 2002 - The Vision to Free New York City's Great Parks From the Tyranny of the Automobile...New City Council a Disappointment on Transportation and Street Safety...First-Ever "Pokeys" Awarded for Slowest Buses in NYC...Bridge Access Safety Crisis Continues as the DOT Fails to Fix 6 of 8 Entrances

  • Spring 2002 - To Break With Oil...Metrocard Mike Rolls...T.A.'s New "Ride-and-Ride" Bike Parking... "Chicago" Super Rack...Bicycle Parking Solutions...Bridge Paths Caged...Bloomberg Calls For Completing Manhattan Greenway East River Greenway Grows...Riverside Park Users Asked to Share

  • Winter 2002 - A New Age Now Begins...Bike Rack Tree Guard Unveiled...Secret Indoor Bike Parking at Transit Revealed...Hudson River Greenway is Back...Sunset Park Connector...Ten Things Mayor Bloomberg Should Do for Cycing...Making the Grade 2001: T.A.'s Annual Report on Bicycling in NYC

2001

  • Fall 2001 - Motorists Given Five Lanes of W. Side Hwy While Adjacent Hudson Greenway Blocked...Keep Cars Off the East River Greenway...City's Dummy Red-Light Camera Plan a Smart Move...SI Right Turn on Red Waits Governor's Signature...Bike Lanes: Quality over Quantity...The World Trade Center Attack

  • Summer 2001 - You Can Take Manhattan...Serious Safety Flaws Mar Hudson Path...Car-Free Prospect Park Pulls Prominent Promoters Bike Lanes -- Encouraging, Not Punishing

  • Spring 2001 - Monumental Move on Manhattan Bridge...Next Generation of Bike Lanes...Mayoral Contenders Endorse Car-Free Parks...Transportation Blueprint For The Next Mayor

  • Winter 2001 - City's Lack of Comprehensive Truck Plan Pits Neighborhoods vs. Trucks...Making the Grade 2000: T.A.'s Annual Report on Bicycling in NYC...The Case for Photo Radar in NYC...Queens Boulevard: A Neighborhood Street, Not a Highway

2000

  • Fall 2000 - An Open Letter to the New Commissioner of the NYC Department of Transportation...Powerful Backing For Bicycle Parking at Grand Central Station...Confusion on Brooklyn Bridge Mars Improvements...Major Pedestrian Improvements for Herald Square and Times Square

  • Summer 2000 - Signs Abound. Traffic Calming to Come?...The Only Good Cyclist... NYC Bicycle Fatalities--Who's responsible?...T.A. Reveals Huge Inequity in Traffic Safety Spending: Cyclists Get Zero, Pedestrians Little

  • May/June 2000 - From the Bx to Cal: the word on the street is "Safe Routes to School"...There Are NO Good Reasons for Cars in Central or Prospect Parks...Fare Hikes, Debt and Disaster Loom For NYC Subways and Buses...Shrinking Roads Shrink Traffic

  • March/April 2000 - Cycling Deaths Soar to Historic High...Access Denied at Bronx Ferry Point Park...Car-Free Central Park Campaign Mobilizes...Cams Capped...Making the Grade 1999: T.A.'s Third Annual Report on Government Efforts to Promote Bicycling in NYC

1999

  • Winter 1999-2000 - One Step Closer to Building Access for Bicycles...Queensboro Bridge Path Delayed 'Til August 2000...Transportation Alternatives Commemorates 100 Years of Automobiles in Central Park...New York's Quiet Greenway Explosion

  • October/November 1999 - New Traffic Calming Law Opens Way for Transformation of City Streets...DOT Nixes City Planning Bike Lane Improvements

  • Summer 1999 - City Cyclists and Walkers Get the Scraps...Ringing in the '99 season of cycling...No Hudson River Greenway in Riverside South Park Plan

  • May/June 1999 - Brooklyn Bridge Changes: Bold Plan for Brooklyn Outshines Lackluster Manhattan Approach...Trump Holds Missing Link in Hudson River Greenway...Bike-Friendly Buildings...'Green Barrier' Rally Symbolizes Renewed Call for Car-Free Trial Period...Prognosis Still Grim for NYC Bike/Ped Funding...Killed By Automobile

  • March/April 1999 - New Williamsburg Path Opens!...Bike/Ped Funding Disaster Looms in NYC...Bike Retail Biz Not for Faint-Hearted...The "People's Roadway" Makes Full-Time Return to the Queensboro Bridge

  • January/February 1999 - Garage Bicycle Parking Report Card...City Freezes Bike/Ped Share of Clean Air Funds at 10%...Speeding Crackdown Produces Big Drop in 1998 Cycling and Pedestrian Deaths...10 Things T.A. Would Like to See in 1999

1998

  • November/December 1998 - T.A. Launches Campaign for Statewide Traffic Calming Law...The East River Bridges: 17 Years of Reconstruction and Counting...Prospect Park: Dangerous By Design...The HOV Hoax Revealed Again...Snails, Sardines & Subways...Making the Grade 1998: T.A.'s Second Annual Report On Government Efforts to Promote Bicycling in NYC

  • September/October 1998 - Queensboro Bridge Path Switch Imposes Ridiculous Detours and Dangerous Choices on Cyclists...Skater City...Death Rate Drop Off --- Will It Last?...Prospect Park: City Silent on Two Month Car-Free Trial...Slow Speed Stalled...Disappointing DOT Decision on Brooklyn Bridge Manhattan Approach...Bronx "Safe Routes To School" Campaign Blazes New Path

  • July/August 1998 - Just 1.5% For Bicyclists and Pedestrians...Safer Cab Drivers - Yes!...Car-Free Prospect Park: A Public Debate Scorecard

  • May/June 1998 - The Big Chill: NYC Police Crack Down on Cyclists...Letter of the Law...New Bicycle Infrastructure...CityRacks Watch: Program to Include Private Garages...Prospect Park: Brooklynites Speak: Cars Out!... 3 Big Steps for Safer Streets : City Announces Massive School-Based Traffic Calming

  • March/April 1998 - Guiliani Takes On The Pedestrian...Skid-Free QBB...Citizens' Spark Reconnects Riverside Park...Lessons From London

  • January/February 1998 - Borough Park, Brooklyn, Snags Bicycle Network Link...City Slides on Queensboro Bridge...Eleventh-Hour Effort Saves Midtown Parking...The Moment is Now for an Auto-Free Prospect Park...Gowanus Lawsuit Launched by T.A. and Community...What to do if you get DOORED

1997

  • November/December 1997 - T.A. Launches "Give Respect / Get Respect" Campaign...Permanent Path For Queensboro Confirmed...Extra Innings: Forces of Good and Evil Square Off In Titanic Struggle Over U.S. Transportation Policy...Flow versus slow Cars still reign but traffic calming gaining...T.A. Mounts Regional Campaign For Bike Pedestrian-Friendly MTA

  • September/October 1997 - Cops Blast Bikes with Monster Ticket Blitz...Prospect Park: Death in "Car-Free" Sanctuary

  • July/August 1997 - Provocateur: Verrazano Vision...Bike Lane Bonanza...Slow Speed Bill Speeds Up...Making the Grade: NYC & Bicycling in 1997

  • May/June 1997 - Oversize Trucks Terrorize New York City...T.A. Joins Fight Over Federal Transportation Law

  • March/April 1997 - CMAQ Process Confirms Brooklyn Neighborhoods' Worst Fears...Mayor Silent as Community Protests State Gowanus Project...Ped Complaints Bring Red Light Rampage

  • January/February 1997 - Downtown Brooklyn Proposal Sets Precedent of National Importance...Megastore. Megamess...T.A. Mounts Campaign To Save QBB Bike Path

1996

  • November/December 1996 - Highway Lobby Blames Crumbling Roads on Biking and Walking Money...Mayor Pledges More Bike Route Miles, More Bike Racks...Lynn Derails Downtown Brooklyn Traffic Calming

  • September/October 1996 - Operation You-Lock: T.A. Investigates NYC Bike Theft...Speed Humps Arrive - Big First For NYC...What is T.A.?

  • July/August 1996 - Prospect Park Board For More Car-Free Hours...Hudson River Greenway Land Grab...Hudson Street and 8th Avenue Bike Lanes...Queensboro Bridge Will Stay Open for Bikes & Peds...No Progress on Dangerous Crossings...Tools for Life

  • May/June 1996 - More Prospect Park Car-Free Hours?...T.A. Wins Federal Bike Bucks for NYC...15 mph speed limit legislation introduced...Bicycling Basics: Five Fundamental Steps Toward Better Bicycling in NYC

  • March/April 1996 - Giuliani Junks Department of Transportation...Yet Another Flawed Plan for Queensboro Bridge...DOT and Bike Racks: Is the Wait Over?...T.A. Speaks Out On Brooklyn Bridge Entrance Plan...Assembly Considering 15 MPH Legislation

  • January/February 1996 - In-Line Skaters Join Cyclists and Cars as Vehicles...LIRR: National Laggards on Bike Access...Community and Politicians Demand Gowanus Major Investment Study...City Plans Pedestrian Friendly Downtown...A Calming Influence

1995

  • November/December 1995 - The Monster Who Ate Transit...New Brooklyn Bridge Entrance Planned...Motorists Can Save the Subways...T.A. Lights Up the Williamsburg...Communities Call For Traffic Calming

  • July/August 1995 - $23 Million for Cycling and Walking...Neighborhood Streets Network...Bridge Path Update...8 myths of Traffic Planning...Where are the Bike Racks?...St. Nick Bike Lane

  • March/April 1995 - The Spreading Plague of the Automobile...Rudy's Transit Cuts...A Walker in the City...Development, Road-Building Threaten NYC's Water Supply...Throwing the Book at Killer Drivers...The Eighth Street Trolley

  • January/February 1995 - 9A Scheduled to Grow...42nd Street Rail Project Continues Forward...Port Authority Airport Access Plan Not Ready for Take-off...Gowanus Chicanery: Highway Exempted from Federal Study Requirements...Saving the Fare With Roadway Pricing

1994

  • November/December 1994 - Why Auto-Free?...Long-Range Investment Strategies for the Port Authority's Interstate Transportation Network...Redistributing the Wealth: Using the Clean Air Act and ISTEA to Create Social Equity...Photo Essay: Car-Free Grand Concourse...Gowanus Coalition Meets With FHA...Westchester Expressway: Panel Pans HOV Lanes

  • July/August 1994 - Hypnotized By Moving Cars...Where We Hate to Walk...City Council Comatose on Taxi Safety...Gowanus Highway Rebuild...Four-Deuce Light Rail Clears Another Hurdle..."Auto-Fee" NYC: A Roadway Pricing Primer...Interview with Janine Bauer...NYSTEA: A Refreshing Change...Giuliani's Transit Cuts..."Cars and Parks Don't Mix"

  • May/June 1994 - Motorhead Mayor...Parking Mania for Downtown Brooklyn...Hudson Street Disappointment...Transpo Officials Debate Road Pricing...Parks: Why Getting Cars Out of Central Park is So Important...NYC Police Ignore Pedestrian Safety Where We Hate To Walk NYC Taxis Out of Control

  • March/April 1994 - Women On The Move: Transportation Policy and Women...Snowbound City...Interview: Shirley DeLibro, NJ Transit...Auto-Free Parks...T.A. Fights I-287 (Cross Westchester) Widening...Giuliani: Motorhead?...No Jail Time For Murderous Motorists

1993