Sign a Petition

Join the Movement

5th and 6th Forward Petition

Manhattan’s 5th and 6th avenues are New York City’s core bicycling, walking and transit corridors, yet the design of the avenues takes only drivers into account. Join Transportation Alternatives and...

Safe Access to the 59th Street Bridge

For pedestrians and bicyclists, the 59th Street Bridge is a critical corridor between Queens and Manhattan, but getting to the bridge from Manhattan is a harrowing and dangerous experience. Drivers...

Atlantic Avenue Complete Street

Atlantic Avenue is one of Brooklyn’s busiest streets, but it lacks the bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure needed to protect Brooklynites from dangerous traffic. No street is complete while it put...

People First on Jay Street

Jay Street is a critical connector to the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, but it lacks the bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure needed to protect New Yorkers from dangerous traffic. Speak up for...

Bike Lanes & Pedestrians Safety on Clove Road

Clove Road is a busy thoroughfare wedged between two popular parks with no bike lanes or pedestrian safety measures to protect locals from dangerous traffic. Join Transportation Alternatives and our...

Traffic Calming on Richmond Terrace

Richmond Terrace is a critical connection for pedestrians and bicyclists along Staten Island’s North Shore waterfront, but it lacks safety measures needed to protect local residents from dangerous...

A Safe Bike Network for Co-op City

Residents and visitors in Co-op City cannot safely navigate their neighborhood by bicycle or foot, nor safely access the recreational opportunities available on the Bronx River Greenway. Speak up for...

Car Free Sundays on Grand Concourse

Bronx residents face a two-fold hurdle to using their own streets for healthy, active transportation: limited public space and dangerous traffic. The eight-lane wide Grand Concourse enables speeding...

Bike lanes on the Pulaski Bridge & 11th Street

The Pulaski Bridge is a critical connection between Queens and Brooklyn, but bicycles and pedestrians are forced to share a crowded sidewalk on its span. The streets leading to and from the bridge...

Pages