Cyclists rail against narrow Hudson River Greenway barriers

NYC’s Community Board 2 is asking the  State Department of Transportation to study the Hudson River Greenway safety measures installed after the October 31, 2017 terrorist attack on a lower Manhattan bike path, reports Caroline Spivack for the West Village Patch.

After the attack, barricades designed to prevent motor vehicles from accessing the bike paths were installed. Users of the Hudson River Greenway, the largest bike path in North America, say the barriers were hurriedly installed and cause dangerous congestion on the path.

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