Join the thousands of NYC cyclist in supporting the upcoming vote to widen the George Washington Bridge paths.
Beginning this year, the Port Authority will rip out and restore the 1931-era paths on the bridge as part of a $1.9 billion recabling and restoration project. The current paths are dangerously overcrowded at 3700 cyclists per day and growing 10% per year. If that sustains, we’ll see 9,000 cyclists per day when the paths re-open in 2024!
Help the PA seize this once-in-a-lifespan opportunity to widen the paths to comply with national standards for high-use paths.