Network and Statistics

DOT's goal is to accelerate the growth of safe cycling by providing a system of bicycle routes that traverse and connect all five boroughs, while also creating a dense, fine-grained network of bike lanes in communities where cycling is already a popular mode of transportation. Learn about current bicycle projects Learn about past bicycle projects since July 2006 Protected Bike Lanes in NYC (pdf) Download a list of bicycle projects by borough and type, from 2006 – 2015 (pdf) Browse a list of streets with bike lanes

Ridership Statistics

Cycling in the City, is an update on cycling trends in New York City. Historically, evaluation of cyclist activity in New York City has centered on counting the number of bicycles entering and exiting the Manhattan core. This brief takes a more holistic approach by examining new data from survey questions developed by NYC DOT and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, in combination with data from national surveys, on-going bike counts, and Citi Bike to assess how frequently New Yorkers are using cycling as a mode of transportation and how that frequency is changing over time. Learn about Cycling in the City Learn more about Bicycle Counts





New York Cycling Risk

New York City Cycling Risk describes changes in cyclist safety over the past decade while accounting for the increase in bicycle use in New York City. The decrease in the Cycling Risk from a high of 8.34 KSI per Million Trips in 2000 to 2.35 per million trips in 2014 represents a 72% decrease in the average risk of a serious injury experienced by cyclists in New York City. Learn more about the Cycling Risk Indicator (pdf)

Bicycle Crash Data

As required by Local Law 13 of 2011, DOT compiles the total number of bicycle crashes reported by city agencies. The Bicycle Crash Data report contains information on crashes involving only bicycles, between bicycles and motorized vehicles, and between bicycles and pedestrians. This data includes the number of injuries resulting from such crashes and is grouped by borough and by police precinct. Download the 2015 Bicycle Crash Data report (pdf) Download the 2014 Bicycle Crash Data report (pdf) Download the 2013 Bicycle Crash Data report (pdf) Download the 2012 Bicycle Crash Data report (pdf) Download the 2011 Bicycle Crash Data report (pdf), covering October 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011 Download statistics for pedestrian traffic fatalities broken down by crash type (pdf)

Bike Share Trip Histories

Below are links to downloadable files of Citi Bike trip data. Each dataset includes:

  • Trip duration (seconds)
  • Start and end date and time
  • Start and end station name, ID, latitude, longitude
  • Bike ID
  • User type (“Customer” = 24-hour or 7-day pass user; “Subscriber” = annual member)
  • Gender (0=unknown; 1=male; 2=female)
  • Year of birth

Datasets include only trips taken by customers from publicly available stations that are longer than 60 seconds in duration.

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