City proposes plan to make it safer to bike to work when the L train shuts down

City proposes plan to make it more secure to bike to work when the L train closes down

The dreaded 18-month-long L train shutdown is less than 2 years away, and Brooklynites who depend on the line are already beginning to consider transit options for their commutes into Manhattan. From a huge inflatable tunnel across the East River to shuttle routes, residents have created numerous proposals for concessions …

See all stories on this subject Traveler’s Journal: Cycling through history, from Pittsburgh to

Washington, DC Tourist & rsquo; s Journal When: 7 p.m., Thursday, March 16 Where: Sequim High School library, 601 N. Sequim Ave. Expense: Recommended $5 contribution (adults); 18 and younger, totally free Speaker: Janis Hamburger Discussion: “& ldquo; Biking through history: Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C.” & rdquo; As a naturalist/educator for Olympic National forest, I’& rsquo; m hyper-co …


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