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Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) has constructed a record 28.6 lane miles of new protected bike lanes across all five boroughs in 2020. Combined with another 35.2 miles of conventional bike lanes, 83 miles of car-free Open Streets, more than 10,800 Open Restaurants on city streets and sidewalk, and 16.3 miles of new bus lanes – another one-year record – New York City’s streetscape was transformed more dramatically during 2020 than in any year in modern history.

“Our city has reimagined our streets as we have fought back the CoViD-19 crisis. That means more space for restaurants and businesses, faster options for bus riders, and more ways than ever to accommodate the cycling boom with new protected bike lanes,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio. “Record numbers of bike lanes and bus lanes will change our urban landscape forever – and, as we continue our fight to build a fairer and better city, we will not stop here.”

“In a year where we have seen cycling boom throughout this city, DOT has done a remarkable job in building the critical infrastructure to keep New Yorkers safe and moving throughout this city,” said Deputy Mayor Laura Anglin. “Amidst all of the challenges CoViD-19 has thrown our way, this Administration has remained dedicated to building upon Vision Zero and making our streets safer for all New Yorkers.”

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MTA Metro-North Railroad today announced the winners of its Third Annual Rail Safety Poster Contest that asked students from grades pre-K to 12 to create posters illustrating what they believe is most important about rail safety.

The contest was overseen by TRACKS, a community outreach and education program run by Metro-North’s Office of System Safety.  TRACKS stands for “Together Railroads And Communities Keeping Safe.” 

The TRACKS team received a total of169student poster entries. The poster entries were divided into four grade groups (Pre-K, K-3, 4-8, 9-12) for the judging process, and evaluated on the best representations of safety around trains and train tracks.

“We received a record number of submissions, showing the impact the program is having,” said Catherine Rinaldi, President of Metro-North Railroad. “Safety will always be priority number one at Metro-North and the TRACKS program helps us spread that important message to our riders of the future.”

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MTA Metro-North Railroad today announced the winners of its Third Annual Rail Safety Poster Contest that asked students from grades pre-K to 12 to create posters illustrating what they believe is most important about rail safety.

The contest was overseen by TRACKS, a community outreach and education program run by Metro-North’s Office of System Safety.  TRACKS stands for “Together Railroads And Communities Keeping Safe.” 

The TRACKS team received a total of169student poster entries. The poster entries were divided into four grade groups (Pre-K, K-3, 4-8, 9-12) for the judging process, and evaluated on the best representations of safety around trains and train tracks.

“We received a record number of submissions, showing the impact the program is having,” said Catherine Rinaldi, President of Metro-North Railroad. “Safety will always be priority number one at Metro-North and the TRACKS program helps us spread that important message to our riders of the future.”

“Congratulations to this year’s winners and thank you to all who participated,” said Justin Vonashek, Vice President of System Safety for Metro-North Railroad. “This program continues to be a great tool to help promote rail safety in our schools and the communities we serve. To see how much the program has grown in three short years is a testament to that.”

Since its inception in 2016 the TRACKS program has reached 394,319 individuals. This year…

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