Eric Adams seeks the cycling vote with a promise for 300 miles of bike lanes

Sitting Brooklyn borough president and mayoral hopeful Eric Adams is planning the buildout of 300 miles of protected bike lanes in the city over the first four years of his potential first term.

Adams acknowledged the variety of ways New Yorkers use roadways throughout the city on Saturday during an event in which he called for municipal investments in safer infrastructure, which would add to the progress made by Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration in adding 28 miles in 2020.