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Mayor Announces Emergency Bike Lanes for Smith Street, Second Ave. ‘Gap’ Streetsblog
COVID-19 Could Affect Cities for Years. Here Are 4 Ways They’re Coping Now. The City Fix
Bike Shop Business Booming As COVID-19 Takes New Yorkers Off Mass Transit Gothamist
SHELTER IN PLACE: Cuomo Order Seems to Declare Bike Shops ‘Non-Essential’ Despite Cycling Surge Streetsblog
NYPD: Bike Injuries Are Up 43 Percent During Coronavirus Crisis Streetsblog
De Blasio Says He Will Announce Safety Measures for Cyclists, Long After Other Cities Acted Streetsblog
MTA in Free Fall: Low Ridership Numbers Could Mean Massive Debt, Cuts Streetsblog
City To Open Drive-Through Testing Sites — But What About Those Without A Car? Streetsblog
Four Days Later, DOT Still Has No Plan to Handle Coronacrisis Cycling Surge Streetsblog
How to get around NYC safely during the coronavirus pandemic Curbed NY
One Important Thing in a Public Health Crisis: Safe Transportation Streetsblog
De Blasio Pauses Crackdown On E-Bikes, As Delivery Cyclists Become 'Frontline Workers' In Coronavirus Crisis Gothamist
Mayor Suspends E-Bike Crackdown During Coronavirus Outbreak Streetsblog
Continúa la lucha para legalizar las bicicletas eléctricas en Nueva York NY1 Noticias
A Surge in Biking to Avoid Crowded Trains in N.Y.C. New York Times
Coronavirus in N.Y.: Riders Ditch the Subway as Fear Spreads NY Times
Thursday’s Headlines: The Cycling Surge Edition Streetsblog
Join Curbed for an online conversation on designing safer streets Curbed
Bike ridership booms in NYC as commuters ditch the subway over coronavirus fears Daily News
Op-Ed: City must make streets safer to make bicycling safer AM New York