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Fort Greene: He says there aren’t enough parking spaces nearby. Comments (39)
Downtown: Now you can cross that bridge when you come to it! Comments (5)
Downtown: Officials haven’t actually asked for permission, and local leaders don’t think they’ll get it. Comments (13)

One-way? No way! WT residents: Change would turn Seeley St. into speedway

Windsor Terrace: These Windsor Terrace residents are not one direction fans. Comments (4)

A very civil war: Combatants remain calm at heated Citi Bike meeting

Park Slope: Somebody don’t call the cops! Comments (29)
Downtown: He sustained minor injuries, according to police. Comments (26)

Citi yikes! City transportation reps won’t attend Park Slope Citi Bike meeting

Park Slope: The Department of Transportation has infuriated members of a Park Slope panel by declining to attend a hotly anticipated meeting over the controversial rollout of the Citi Bike bicycle rental service in the neighborhood. Comments (65)

Montgomery, DeBlasio rep trash DOT over Schermerhorn block closure

Boerum Hill: The state senator went on a lengthy tirade against the agency at a Community Board 2 meeting on Thursday. Comments (33)

What a bus-t: Bridge Park neighbors don’t want B63 driving through loop road

Bridge ‘Park’: Locals really threw this plan for a loop. Comments (18)
Park Slope: After six years, the critics conceded that it would be impractical to get rid of the lane now. Comments (11)
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Shout of the blue: Next CB6 Citi Bike meeting could have police protection

Park Slope: Somebody call the cops! Comments (26)
Boerum Hill: We made our bed — and now you have to bike in it! Comments (26)
Downtown: The new Jay Street bike lane is on the right path, but there are still some roadblocks, according to riders. Comments (37)
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Other ways to fix Jay Street

Downtown: We ride it every day. Comments (24)
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Vote: What do you think of the new bike lane?

Downtown: Nothing incites reasonable discourse in the Brooklyn Paper comments section like an old fashioned bike lane article! Comments (16)
Boerum Hill: Talk about coming out of the blue! Comments (49)
Park Slope: They say the block between Fourth and Fifth avenues has gone to rack and ruin. Comments (102)
Red Hook: We’re not even sure if this belongs in our “Mean Streets” column or “Meadows of Shame” column! Comments (8)
Clinton Hill: The driver lived in the van and had no license, identification, or plates. Comments (12)
Downtown: It’s the new Gold standard. Comments (2)
DUMBO: It’s time to end this vicious cycle. Comments (46)
Park Slope: This is some circular logic! Comments (54)
Park Slope: There’s gold in them thar parking spaces! Comments (20)

Residents: We will never accept Clinton Ave. bike lane

Clinton Hill: Just give up, residents told Department of Transportation officials on Tuesday night. Comments (63)

City halts controversial Clinton Ave. bike lane vote 

Clinton Hill: These Clinton Hill residents finally caught a brake. Comments (46)
Clinton Hill: Critics packed out a local church on Tuesday night, slamming the plan they said was designed for gentrifiers. Comments (59)
Park Slope: The demand follows two recent Brooklyn cyclist crash deaths in which authorities initially pointed the finger at the victims — only to change their tunes later. Comments (60)

Cutting a path: Pulaski Bridge bike lane finally open

Greenpoint: It is the path of less resistance. Comments (23)
Greenpoint: This isn’t a taxi stand — it is a taxi standstill! Comments (19)

Grinds her gears: Bushwick panel ignores pol’s bike-lane warning

Bushwick: A local elected is trying to protect bike-riding Bushwick hipsters from themselves. Comment
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Cobblestoned Vinegar Hill block is a rocky road

Vinegar Hill: Call it Vinegar Hill Country! Comment
Sheepshead Bay: Opps a daisy! Comment
Bushwick: Brooklyn Paper’s week of wall-to-wall bike lane coverage continues. Comments (32)

Park your butt Slope! Temporary seating take over parking space

Park Slope: But some argue the city’s plan to put seating on the street is a waste of a good parking space. Comments (55)
Fort Greene: They’re finally drawing the line. Comments (4)

Slings and sharrows! Cyclists: Kill Jay St. parking, not bike lane

DUMBO: This plan leaves a lot to be retired. Comments (13)

No exit sign: Controversial turn off Manhattan Bridge remains for now

Downtown: They aren’t turning back now. Comments (3)
Gowanus: Now he needs a bath — and a lawyer. Comments (7)
Williamsburg: They’re making Meeker Avenue meeker. Comments (8)

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