Mayor Bill de Blasio and Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito today announced a major investment to advance construction of a brand new section of the Greenway, between East 125th and East 132nd Continue Reading →
Patch reports that Harlem residents can discuss the city’s plans to design and construct an 11-acre park in East Harlem with Parks Department representatives next week.
Streets Blog reports that Cyclists and wheelchair users will soon have improved access to the Hudson River Greenway in Inwood, when the Parks Department officially opens a new ramp connecting the greenway Continue Reading →
City officials revealed an expanded project to install bike lanes on several high-traffic streets of Central Harlem.
“As we work to make this city more equitable, we are building and preserving affordable housing at a record pace.
Patch reports that a long-debated proposal to rezone East Harlem was approved with minimal fireworks Thursday by the New York City Council.
Council Transportation Chair Ydanis Rodriguez, Council Members Corey Johnson, Jumaane Williams, Margaret Chin, elected officials, and transportation advocates call on the City of New York to install pedestrian safety bollards.
This Sunday, Transportation Alternatives will host its 28th annual NYC Century Bike Tour, the nation’s only all-urban 100-mile bike tour.
The collapse of a 30-foot chunk of wall into the East River at the Carl Schurz Park on the Upper East Side has New Yorkers worried about what they’re walking Continue Reading →
Three projects to improve parks, public housing and schools in West Harlem and Morningside Heights won funding during this year’s participatory budgeting cycle, according to Harlem City Councilman Mark Levine.
Yesterday, Harlem Council Member Mark Levine held a Kick Off Event for his 3rd Annual Participatory Budgeting (PB) Vote Week.
The Health Department’s Center for Health Equity and community partners today launched the East Harlem Community Walking Trail – a three mile pathway along East Harlem sidewalks that runs east Continue Reading →
Crauderueff & Associates; The Green Infrastructure Foundation; and the Canaan Baptist Church are pleased to release Greening Harlem: A Report of the CitiesAlive 2015 Harlem Legacy Project, a design concept Continue Reading →
While most of Northern Manhattan escaped the harshest ravages of Hurricane Sandy, there was some flooding along the waterfront, including inside the 148th Street subway station.
Biking Harlem World‘s 7-mile paved bike path on the “Manhattan Waterfront Greenway Bike Path” parallels the entire length of the scenic road and passes through all of its famous communities, from Morningside Continue Reading →
Don’t underestimate the importance of this development: Today, Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez announced the groundbreaking for new bike routes linking the Hudson River Greenway to the restored High Bridge, which Continue Reading →
New York City, with its constant hum of subways, buses, cabs and ferries, has long had one glaring exception to its many transportation options: bicycles for the masses.
The East River, which runs along the eastern edge of Manhattan, was once the busiest industrial waterway in America–and, some say, the dirtiest.