Current Bicycle Route Projects

Below is a list of projects that are being installed in the current calendar year. For details regarding the planning of future routes, including our Community Planning initiatives, please visit the general DOT projects page.

In addition to these projects, DOT is leading ongoing efforts to complete the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway.

Find information on past bicycle route projects installed since 2006.

Projects in Development

Location Borough
6th Avenue W 14th St – W 33rd St – Parking Protected Bike Lane and Traffic Calming Manhattan
Amsterdam Avenue Northbound Bike Route Manhattan
Queens Community Board 5 – Phase 3 Queens
Seaview Ave, E 102nd St, Shore Pkwy — Jamaica Bay Greenway/Canarsie Pier Access Brooklyn
Edgecombe Ave, W 170th St, W 158th St – Highbridge Park Greenway Connection Manhattan
Bruckner Blvd – South Bronx Greenway, Hunts Point Ave to Longwood Ave Bronx
W 170th Street – Pedestrian/Bike Connections to High Bridge & Bridge Park Bronx
Brooklyn Avenue/Kingston Avenue Transportation Improvements Community Board 3 Brooklyn
Brooklyn Avenue/Kingston Avenue Transportation Improvements Community Board 8 Brooklyn
108th St Queens
Bond Street Bicycle Route Upgrade Brooklyn
Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn
Delancy Street North Manhattan
Sherman and St Nicholas Avenues - Safety Improvements and Bicycle Lanes Manhattan
Fort Hamilton Parkway, 6th Ave, and Marine Ave Brooklyn
Clove Road Transportation Improvements Staten Island
111 St Queens
Queens Community Board 5 – Phase 2 Queens
Williamsburg Bridge Connections: South 5th Place and South 4th Street Brooklyn
Spring Street Bicycle Lane Manhattan
Willis Ave Bridge Connections - Bridge Path Markings, Signage, and Intersection Safety Manhattan
Franklin Avenue - Bicycle Lanes and Shared Lane Brooklyn
Washington Heights – Bicycle Lanes and Traffic Calming Manhattan
Greenpoint Ave Traffic Flow Improvements Brooklyn
Argyle, Rugby, and Beverley Roads Brooklyn
Greenpoint Avenue Bridge – Bicycle Safety Enhancements Brooklyn/Queens
Long Island City – Bicycle Lanes and Shared Lanes Queens