Design and feasibility studies for a bicycle master plan in Red Hook Brooklyn, sponsored by The Forum for Urban Design. In addition to a comprehensive bicycle master plan, the proposal included a bike loft adjacent to the MTA subway station, and a series of bike corrals along a newly designed bike path to create a streamlined model for connected bikes to buses, water taxis, and pedestrian walkways. This proposal to create the most bike-friendly and transit-connected neighborhood in New York City received an Honorable Mention Award.