New Yorkers have increasingly taken to cycling across most East River bridges during the pandemic — but not along the city’s most famous span.

In all but one month since April, fewer cyclists have used the Brooklyn Bridge’s notoriously cramped biking and pedestrian promenade than they did during similar time spans in 2019, according to city data.

Ben Fractenberg/THE CITY A cyclist travels over the Brooklyn Bridge, Oct. 14, 2020. New Yorkers have increasingly taken to cycling across most East River bridges during the pandemic — but not along the city’s most famous span.

In all but one month since April, fewer cyclists have used the Brooklyn […]

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