Lots of cyclists + narrow spaces between security bollards = mayhem.
Several days after dropping long concrete barriers at dangerous angles across the Hudson River Greenway, New York State DOT is finally straightening them out to run parallel with the bike path.
State DOT said it would re-orient jersey barriers to make them parallel with the path, but three days later, many barriers are still straddling the greenway at dangerous angles.
Mayor de Blasio said the placement of concrete barriers on the Hudson River Greenway in response to Tuesday's truck attack needs to change. "I think what was originally put in just in the last day or so needs some revision to make sure people can still ride their bikes," he said.