Which is more dangerous for people on bikes: a bridge or a subway?

In the wake of last year’s deadly crash in the city of San Francisco, New Yorkers have begun to push for safer pedestrian crossing areas.

A group of about 50 cyclists in Brooklyn’s Brooklyn Park Park have begun a petition drive, asking residents to support an initiative to have an intersection designated for cyclists.

The group has also put together a list of other proposed crossings that have garnered support from the community.

Here’s what you need to know about the proposed crossing in Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn, that has been criticized for being too close to the subway: The proposed intersection is located at the intersection of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Brooklyn Navy Yard, near the site of a previous crash that killed one cyclist and seriously injured another.

The area has a history of pedestrian traffic and is also one of the most densely populated areas in the country, with around 20,000 people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

In addition, the area is home to about half a million people who commute from their homes in Manhattan to the Brooklyn Boroughs, Brooklyn.

It is also home to many businesses, including a popular Brooklyn cafe and an aquarium.

The city has been working to identify the best locations for bike lanes and bike infrastructure for more than a decade.

The first crossing, located at Union Street and West 26th Street, was completed in 2011, and the city is planning a second one at Woodside Avenue, where the second crash occurred.

The Brooklyn Borough Council will consider the proposal on June 25, and is expected to vote on it in the coming weeks.

For now, the intersection is currently closed to all vehicular traffic.

The project has also attracted opposition from local residents, who say that the new crossing is too close, too close for pedestrians to safely cross.

The neighborhood is also a popular place to see and do yoga.

The intersection also draws cyclists from across the city, according the group.

Some cyclists, however, are not happy about the new design.

“I have to say, it’s not safe at all,” said Eric Darnell, who has been riding a bicycle since he was a kid.

“There’s too much space to cross.

You can’t make a proper right turn to get across the street.”

Darnel, who is a former member of the United States Navy, said he doesn’t ride a bike for pleasure, but he has noticed that the city has made the crossing more difficult.

“When you’re not riding a bike, it makes things harder,” he said.

“It’s like the bridge is a one way street.”

The project could face more opposition, however.

Some residents are concerned that the project will also lead to a more crowded intersection, where cyclists will be forced to slow down, according Toon, the Brooklyn Cyclists Alliance.

Darnill said the proposed intersection was also designed to encourage drivers to speed through the area.

“The goal was to make it as safe as possible, and I think it’s kind of a safety issue, and they’ve really failed at that,” Darnedell said.


Michael Darnells’ mother, Sandra Darnalls, is also concerned about the project.

“We don’t want to see more people on the road, because it creates congestion,” Sandra Dornells said.

However, Darnes said he is not worried about the intersection being too busy.

“If it’s busy enough that people are making the right decisions, that’s fine,” D. Darian Darnels said.

The cyclists in the Brooklyn Park community have also been working on other crossings in the neighborhood, which are more difficult to cross and are also not currently under construction.

The crossing at West 26 Street, for example, is only partially finished, and construction is expected on the bridge.

A second crossing at East 6th Street has not been completed, but construction on it is expected within the next few months.

The bike lanes in Brooklyn park are intended to be used for people walking, but a study by the city’s Department of Transportation found that bike ridership declined significantly in the area during the past two decades.

According to the city Department of Design and Construction, the bicycle share in Brooklyn Parks decreased from 14 percent in 2002 to about 4 percent in 2012.

The study also found that in 2013, a pedestrian-only crossing at a Brooklyn Park playground was the most popular, with a 6.6 percent ridership rate.