From Big City to Bike City NYC's cycling transformation 2007-2013

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In this visually engaging and informative talk, Jon Orcutt, Policy Director of New York's Department of Travel explains how the Big Apple became a cycling city.

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  • 1. From Big City to Bike CityNYC's cycling transformation 2007-2013

2. Goal setting 3. Network strategy 4. 2006 2013 5. 2012 6. Design innovation 7. Parking 8. Bicycle Access Zoning & Legislation 9. Results 10. More Bike Lanes, More Cyclists, Fewer Injuries 20,00016,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000Commuter Cyclist Countsbike lane miles & serious cycling injuries18,000 11. Expansion of NYC Bike Lanes Good Thing: 54% Quinnipiac University Poll, March 18, 201149 12. Expansion of NYC Bike Lanes Good Thing: 59% Quinnipiac University Poll, July 28, 2011 13. Bike Lanes in NYC Support: 66% Marist/NY1 Poll, August 9, 2011 14. Bike Lanes in New York Good Idea: 66% NY Times Poll August 21, 2012 15. NYC Bike Share Program Good Idea: 74% Quinnipiac University Poll August 16, 2012 16. nacto.or g 17. From Big City to Bike Cityo www.nyc.gov/dot o www.facebook.com/NYCDOT o @NYC_DOT