Manhattan has been a bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community since 2012, according to the League of American Bicyclists. This means the City meets certain enforcement, education, engineering, evaluation, and encouragement standards that impact cycling. But there is still a need to increase safety and access for cyclists and pedestrians in all neighborhoods. The following plans guide the process.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Systems Plan
This is the master transportation systems plan for bicycling and pedestrian facilities. View the plan here.
Manhattan Area Transportation Strategy
The 2015 Manhattan Area Transportation Strategy is a long-range plan for the Manhattan Urban Area. Chapter 2: Pedestrian Facilities and Chapter 3: Bicycle Facilities detail existing conditions and future objectives for non-motorized modes of transportation.
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