20 Miles of Bike Lanes Hardened by End of 2023

The Adams administration is committing $904 million over five years — nearly $580 million in capital funding, as well as expense funding that ramps up to more than $65 million annually, or $327 million over five yearsand rapidly build out critical street safety and public transportation infrastructure.

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Mayor Adams: $900 Million for NYC Streets Plan
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Mayor Adams also announced that the city was getting to work immediately, designating five protected bike lanes for physical infrastructure upgrades to protect cyclists, drivers, and pedestrians.

5 New Bike Lane Hardening Locations

  • 20th Street, from 7th Avenue to 10th Avenue (Brooklyn)
  • Northern Blvd, from 41st Avenue to Honeywell Street (Queens)
  • Grand Street — exact limits to be determined (Brooklyn)
  • 60th Street, from 1st Avenue to York Avenue (Manhattan)
  • Southern Boulevard — exact limits to be determined (Bronx)
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This five-year budgetary commitment surpasses the city’s statutorily obligated commitment of $1.7 billion over 10 years.

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