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“We have a unique opportunity to make biking easier, safer, and more accessible and fundamentally shift how the next generation thinks about getting around our city,” Stringer said.
By Forum Staff
City Comptroller Scott Stringer on Thursday proposed a first-of-its-kind bike-to-school plan to encourage safe and sustainable biking options for city high school students on their commutes to and from school. Stringer’s plan calls on the City, in partnership with the philanthropic community, to build out 1.5 miles each of protected bike lanes around 50 NYC high school buildings in the next year, and to provide free bicycles or Citi Bike memberships to every low-income public high school student.