walking and public transit.
Transit Strike Action Plan
Advocates' Advice to Weather a Transit Strike
A transit strike will create unusual conditions and stresses for everyone in New York City. For many subway and bus commuters, bicycling is the best way to weather a transit strike and help the city move smoothly.
Accordingly, the City's contingency plan includes special traffic lanes for bicycles and bike parking at City-owned buildings. The City's plan also encourages private building owners and managers to allow bicycles on freight elevators and in workplaces if requested by tenants, and create guarded bicycle parking areas in parking lots, garages or storage rooms to ensure security.
To further aid New Yorkers to employ bicycling as a strategy to get from A to B during a strike, Transportation Alternatives is providing commuters with motivation and information:MOTIVATING STATS
First, two general suggestions: be patient and use your head instead of your hormones. Riding a bicycle in the city is fun and safe if you pay attention.
RULES OF THE ROAD transalt.org/features/lawart.html
YOUR BIKE - A (Air), B (Brakes), C (Chain lock) transalt.org/calendar/century/abcquickcheck.html
Bike Lanes & Greenways transalt.org/info/maps.html
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