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1st day of school in NYC- heard on 1010 wins yesterday city put out 45 (yes 45!) additional speed cams plus (PLUS) additional mobile speed cams for the first day of school

This city is a phVcking disgrace. Where in hell are all the brilliant attorneys we have in this overstuffed shithole? I cannot believe that NO ONE has brought federal suit against the city for relentlessly preying on its' constituents and to get these phVcking un-constitutional peices of shit removed like has happned in other cities in the country.


June: Ocean Pkwy between Ave R/S nailing northbound traffic (camera on the pedestrian mall (island), mid-block-- there's a small Jewish school on Ave S-- this is the "excuse" the city uses for this offense)
Sep: Kings Hwy/E. 23st nailing westbound traffic (NYC public school. I was waiting for this one for a long time)
Sep: Nostrand Ave/Ave J (or I?) nailing southbound traffic (NYC public school.)

I'm not sure trying to keep a list is worth it. Seems the criminals in charge will put up as many as theu want w/o limit. I didn't realize they got permission for mobile but as I said, I heard it on 1010 wins yesterday. Grain of salt as I've yet to see one.


I wish I could leave this city for good.
 

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1st day of school in NYC- heard on 1010 wins yesterday city put out 45 (yes 45!) additional speed cams plus (PLUS) additional mobile speed cams for the first day of school

This city is a phVcking disgrace. Where in hell are all the brilliant attorneys we have in this overstuffed $#@!hole? I cannot believe that NO ONE has brought federal suit against the city for relentlessly preying on its' constituents and to get these phVcking un-constitutional peices of $#@! removed like has happned in other cities in the country.


June: Ocean Pkwy between Ave R/S nailing northbound traffic (camera on the pedestrian mall (island), mid-block-- there's a small Jewish school on Ave S-- this is the "excuse" the city uses for this offense)
Sep: Kings Hwy/E. 23st nailing westbound traffic (NYC public school. I was waiting for this one for a long time)
Sep: Nostrand Ave/Ave J (or I?) nailing southbound traffic (NYC public school.)

I'm not sure trying to keep a list is worth it. Seems the criminals in charge will put up as many as theu want w/o limit. I didn't realize they got permission for mobile but as I said, I heard it on 1010 wins yesterday. Grain of salt as I've yet to see one.


I wish I could leave this city for good.
Yes, this city has turned for the worse with de Blasio. VisionZero doesn't work, homeless is on the rise, pedestrian walkways turned into fight clubs, etc.

Don't think this is being updated much anymore but here's one more
E/B 65th St @ 16th Ave https://goo.gl/maps/NtNGHoeokRz
 

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***New camera up on Van Dam St northbound between Hunters Point and 48th ave in Queens. This is when you get off the LIE and go up Van Dam right after the BP station that's to the right the block before the camera. Caught my by surprise and good that it was in the night when they're off.

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Speed cam frequency per the one on Woodhaven Blvd north of Yellowstone Blvd is 24.13x
 

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New ones in Queens
-fresh pond road near the Mobil station two blocks from Grand Ave heading south
- the underpass on Cooper Ave by atlas mall
 

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VisionZero doesn't work
cyclist deaths are already double what they were last year here in nyc

these cameras are everywhere now
 
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cyclist deaths are already double what they were last year here in nyc
I've been watching EVERYTHING that moves when I cycle. 20 min commute between work/home and then an hour to two hours for rides on my day off. My gopro doesn't leave my bike
 

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I've been watching EVERYTHING that moves when I cycle. 20 min commute between work/home and then an hour to two hours for rides on my day off. My gopro doesn't leave my bike
unfortunately many drivers here in nyc don’t understand the concept of a blind spot
 

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unfortunately many drivers here in nyc don’t understand the concept of a blind spot
And unfortunately the majority of bicyclists don’t understand the concept of stop lights, signs or flow of traffic. 99.5% completely disregard all rules and are an endangerment to themselves and pedestrians.

Forget about those f ucking battery operated rental scooter riders. They will all win the Darwinism award soon enough.
 

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I will express my personal and likely unpopular view: for everyone's safety and we'll being bicycles and much larger means of transportation like cars/buses/trucks should not be on the same roads at the same time. Current statistics proves that hodge-podge measures like bike lanes and similar are inadequate.
 

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And unfortunately the majority of bicyclists don’t understand the concept of stop lights, signs or flow of traffic. 99.5% completely disregard all rules and are an endangerment to themselves and pedestrians.

Forget about those f ucking battery operated rental scooter riders. They will all win the Darwinism award soon enough.
lol one of my friends keeps a scooter in his trunk and when theres a ton of traffic or he can’t find a convenient parking he parks his car wherever and takes off in his scooter to his destination. city transportation 2.0 car+scooter combo lol
 

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I will express my personal and likely unpopular view: for everyone's safety and we'll being bicycles and much larger means of transportation like cars/buses/trucks should not be on the same roads at the same time. Current statistics proves that hodge-podge measures like bike lanes and similar are inadequate.
Why unpopular ? Bikes are a beautiful thing. They are the bestest thingest after bubble gum and Nutella.

They are just not meant for New York City. They have no place on the same road as 5000lb vehicles driven by texting zombies, they have even less place when the cyclists themselves are texting zombies.

As for the delivery bikes - those should be allowed for open season bumping at least half of the week, the same way they take pedestrian for fair game 24/7.

A 40-50+ pounds electric bike launched at 20mph in a pitch dark wrong way with just a cigarette light to point it in the dark is a deadly projectile, not a bike, and it doesn't help when a membership to "The fellowship of the Dark Ones That Shall Never Use Lights" & the fellowiship of "Thou shall be proudly illiterate or at least - refusing to read instructions and/or English" and "Thou shall smoke at least a pack of $15 cigarettes a day but NOT buy a $10 bike lights set that would last you years" seems mandatory to operate one of these.

PS: I am ready to agree to absolute zero tolerance on red light cameras in NYC, if they penalize cyclists too. At this point it is beyond insane. 90% of the time their safety is left completely in the automobilists' hands, with total entitlement, total impunity and zero responsibility. Shouldn't be this way.
 
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Why unpopular ?
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PS: I am ready to agree to absolute zero tolerance on red light cameras in NYC, if they penalize cyclists too. At this point it is beyond insane. 90% of the time their safety is left completely in the automobilists' hands, with total entitlement, total impunity and zero responsibility. Shouldn't be this way.
I feel that my view is largely unpopular based on widespread public campaigns and local government actions geared toward getting cars/trucks off NYC streets (or making drivers'/owners' life miserable) and trying to "move" people to walking/bicycling/public transportation instead of driving. Angry public demonstrations after another tragedy involving a bicycle collision with car/bus/truck demand bicyclists safety and indirectly point to limit/remove cars from city streets.

Imho, potential bicyclist injury/death was "created" when road sharing between bicycles and much larger vehicles was established on NYC streets. Bicycles should be removed from city streets and only be safely used for pleasure in specially designated places; this measure would avoid all (or most) of bicycle collision related tragedies, grief, and legal/financial consequences.

When I see a bicyclist trying to squeeze between two large trucks or moving/crossing against traffic on a six lane one way NYC avenue I feel they are trying hard to win the ultimate Darwin prize.

I am not aware of the ways to penalize bicyclists via red light cameras. AFAIK a RLC summons is mailed to vehicle's registrant based on its license plate and DMV registration records, I believe bicycles do not have any registration/plate requirements.
 

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Well, the sense of guilt and the rhetoric had to be stirred well enough so the congestion pricing bill could pass. Because, of course, the congestion issues in Manhattan are the fault of the large amount of cars, not the fault of the one car per city block that is double parked and effectively shaving a full lane off the map. Or the lack of a sane delivery schedule that would make Manhattan NOT having two box trucks per block double parked in rush hour...

I totally agree, whoever mixed bikes and automobilists on the same road in NYC has blood on their hands. I support dedicated bike lanes (and a city management that blocks their entrances for vehicles BEFORE some lowlife mows a bunch of people on them with a pickup truck, not after. But that's another story of me hating ending up being right).
 

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...I support dedicated bike lanes...
Sorry, I respectfully disagree with your opinion of supporting bike lanes. Driving in NYC is nearly impossible as is without the extra restrictions caused by bike lanes.

In reality, even with the good intentions, implemented bike lanes created shared roads and eventually led to multiple bicycle involved collisions/injuries/deaths. These happened at different times/locations and involved different people leading me to think that the whole idea was wrong.

Imho, bicycles do not belong at all on the streets/roads intended to vehicular traffic. But apparently NYC government with wide public support moves in opposite direction, that is why my opinion is "largely unpopular".
 
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Bike lanes to me = the ones along the Hudson. Separate, isolated and not eating from nor sharing with the roads.
Anything else is a bike reminder for automobilists and a death trap for cyclists.
 

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Bike lanes to me = the ones along the Hudson. Separate, isolated and not eating from nor sharing with the roads.
Anything else is a bike reminder for automobilists and a death trap for cyclists.
The bike lanes along Hudson are perfectly fine, they do not affect city driving at all, this is the way it should be, imho.

Unfortunately, most of the existing and planned NYC bike lanes run within city streets, reduce available driving area, serve as "death trap for cyclists" causing wide public outcry after a bike accident. These are the ones I am strongly against.
 

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I'm also OK with moving the parked cars towards the main road and leave the bike lane between parked cars and sidewalk, Euro style.
Then, there will be kids hurt by cyclists as said kids bolt out of parked cars heading towards the sidewalk, but that's ok, they come from a car, so they are automatically guilty. Ho ho ho....

Mine is a mildly sarcastic but very sad laugh.
 

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...Ho ho ho....

Mine is a mildly sarcastic but very sad laugh.
I could also write in a humorous/sarcastic way but decided to stay serious here because unfortunately there were multiple real tragedies attributed to the topic and because I am quite a bit annoyed by the current everyday mix of car/bike driving in NYC.
 

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