The Law fought the Bike Lanes, and the Bike Lanes Won

Earlier I blogged about a bike lane in Prospect Park West in Brooklyn that had come under some legal fire. The plaintiffs were a number of disgruntled residents who filed a mandamus action against the City, arguing that the installation of a bike lane was aribtrary or unfair. On Tuesday, August 16, 2011, the Court ruled in favor of the City, but on a technical and procedural statute of limitations issue, and not on whether the installation of the bike lane was arbitrary or unfair.

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