New York City Department of Transportation New York City Department of Buildings November 2009

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New York City Department of Transportation New York City Department of Buildings November 2009

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Cycling Trends in NYC Cycling in New York City is at its most elevated recorded levels, and keeps on expanding.

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DOT is gaining ground in making safe bike paths for cyclists all through the five precincts. 50 miles of bike paths will be introduced every year in the coming years. Cycling Trends in NYC

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A Priority for Sustainability and Health Increasing cycling is a Mayoral need – PlaNYC confers the City to seeking after techniques to develop suburbanite cycling. Feasible Streets – DOT's vital arrangement – expands on PlaNYC and calls for multiplying 2007 bicycle driving levels by 2012 and tripling them by 2017.

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Cycling Trends in NYC Studies directed by the Department of City Planning in 1999 and 2007 distinguished absence of a protected place to stop as the most well-known reason would-be cyclists pick not to drive to work by bike.

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What is Bicycle Access? The Bicycle Access Law means to build bike driving by furnishing cyclists with the chance to safely stop their bicycles in their working environment or other assigned ranges.

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Who is influenced? Office Buildings with cargo lifts and inhabitants who need bike get to

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How Will Bicycle Access Work? Inhabitant stores bikes in a protected and legal way Building stipends bike get to Tenant solicitations get to Building Owner picks reaction Building gives interchange stopping Building Requests Exception Elevator Safety Issue Or

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Designing A Bicycle Access Plan: Buildings have adaptability There is no "one size fits all" arrangement. Arrangements can be intended to address the extraordinary attributes of individual structures while as yet following the prerequisites of the law.

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Alternate Parking Exception Alternate Bicycle Parking must be: Sufficient to oblige bicycles asked for by the inhabitant; Secure (must have a bolted passage/exit or confined get to); No-cost; Nearby (lesser of 3 pieces or 750 feet from the building); Indoor or secured; Guaranteed access for occupants.

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Ideas for Indoor Parking Sufficient, secure, no-cost, and close-by Alternate indoor stopping could be given in: Bike stopping room or zone Loading dock Building carport Indoor space in an adjacent Building must have the capacity to give confirmation of accessibility or responsibility for stopping

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Ideas for Indoor Parking

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Ideas for Off-Street Parking Covered, adequate, secure, no-cost, and close-by Bike shed Fenced in region (bicycle confine) with a rooftop or cover or under shade Bike lockers

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Ideas for Off-Street Parking Covered, adequate, secure, no-cost, and close-by

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Bike Access Your Way Numerous alternatives and techniques for consistence Conversations with occupants can begin now to guarantee consistence Bicycle Commuting Task Force: Efforts to energize bike stopping associations are in progress.

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Resources www.nyc.gov/bikesinbuildings

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