The City Council has passed a $1.7-billion bike-safety initiative following a deadly 10 months on New York streets.

The Streets Master Plan, spearheaded by Speaker Corey Johnson and supported by Mayor Bill de Blasio, will add 250 miles of protected bike lanes and 150 miles of protected bus lanes over five years.

“Seven million people in New York City do not own cars, and we have to make sure that our streets work for everyone,” Johnson said. “We are not penalizing anyone; we are making our streets safer for everyone.”