He’s not just a mayoral candidate — he’s a bike share member. And we have photographic proof.
But despite the system’s popularity and continuing expansion, its users don’t fully reflect the region they live in. According to the survey, 90 percent of Bikeshare users are employed, and a majority are young, highly educated, male, and white.
A bike share key AND an app: this user is ready for NYC’s program, now only five days away from going live.
“But I would absolutely expect that that’s exactly what WNYC would say, because you know liberal public radio always has an agenda. And so since I disagree with the premise of your question I don’t feel like I have to answer the rest of it.”
New York Public Radio president Laura Walker and the rest of the National Bike To Work Day posse. Ride on!
The A train to the Rockaways is coming baa-aaack — a full month ahead of schedules. Expect to see surfboards on the A train in two weeks.
The city of Minneapolis lit the I-35 bridge like this Tuesday night to celebrate the passage of marriage equality in Minnesota.
Spire cam! Follow along (with sweaty palms and an increased heart rate, if you have acrophobia) as the Port Authority installs the spire atop One World Trade Center.
Youth today: they don’t drive like they used to.
NYC’s bike share program just hit 10,000 members. Two weeks before it formally launches.
In 2012, extreme weather clean-up cost U.S. taxpayers nearly $100 billion — or $1,100 per taxpayer.