photo Adding cycle lanes to New York City's streets has reallocated road space away from cars towards bikes
Cycling in New York has risen by 66% since 2007, according to a survey released by the US Department of Transportation.
This rise is attributed to the building of over 200 miles of both segrated and unsegregated cycle lanes in the city.
This year saw a rise of 26%, which came on top of last year's 35% increase.
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