Reclaim Summer 2010

Reclaim Magazine is a quarterly publication sent only to T.A. members. If you're serious about biking, walking and sensible transportation in New York City, you don't want to miss a single issue of Reclaim.


Beyond Petroleum

Vishaan Chakrabarti


The Qadeer-Dorregaray Family

In Their Own Words:

  • Ray LaHood on a federal transportation bill
  • Peter Vallone Jr. lays the blame where it belongs
  • Marty Markowitz tells WNYC why he disagrees with DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan on the Prospect Park West safety improvements
  • Tyler Brown, a student activist, makes the case for keeping student MetroCards free

Committee Updates:

  • Brooklyn: New Deputies in Town
  • Queens: Tour de Queens Rides On!
  • Bronx: T.A.: The Next Generation
  • East Side: T.A.: Fight for the East Side Bikeway
  • Staten Island: Don’t Fence Me In

Cycling News:

  • Protected Lanes in Full Bloom
  • While Manhattan and Brooklyn Gain, Queens Waits
  • Velo Couture
  • Mileposts

Volunteer Profile:

Rachel Oakford

About T.A.:

Leave the Locks at Home

Public Realm:

Nabes Close the Open Space Deficit

Publisher's Letter:

Albany Fiddles While Transit Burns

Safe Streets:

  • Executive Order: One Year Later
  • Envisioning a Slower City

National Spotlight

  • Bikes Banned in Colorado
  • Transit in the Red