Brooklyn Bridge gets new bike, pedestrian path plan
PhotosRendering of the proposal to expand the elevated Rendering of the proposal to expand the elevated
Several New York City Council members want to double the width of an elevated path on the Brooklyn Bridge to accommodate pedestrians and cyclists who are increasingly using the bridge to commute from downtown Brooklyn to lower Manhattan.
The proposal, announced Tuesday, calls for the creation of a designated bike lane, which would occupy a quarter of the expanded space. The other three quarters...