If you have ideas about how bicycles should be treated in Flushing, please come and give your opinion tomorrow May 24, 2017 at 6:30 P.M. at the Free Synagogue in Downtown Flushing:
41-60 Kissena Blvd
Flushing, NY 11355
We’ll look at some maps, talk about cycling infrastructure, and work together to increase safety for all road users. In honor of Bike Month, DoT will be giving out free bike maps and safety materials, including free bike lights and bike bells.
Our Eastern Queens Greenway group strongly supports building The Kissena Walk and hopes to eventually add extensions to help our neighbors get to our local businesses. The conversation at the Bike Workshop will help the community decide what improvements we make to our city.
Thank you Council Member Peter Koo, DoT Queens Borough Commissioner Nicole Garcia, Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce Executive Director John Choe for organizing this conversation for the public.
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Hey, I have been biking in NE QUeens for decades. The trurckers keep trying to push the bikes oout of the way and demand we violate traffic rules for their convenience. Undercover cops need to use bikes and catch them