DOT and the MTA are holding a series of public workshops to inform the plan to keep people moving during the L train shutdown. This is your chance to speak up for transit-priority streets, protected bikeways, and expanded pedestrian space.
As the calendar turns to September, it can only mean one thing: meeting season is back. This week, there are three meetings on the calendar, discussing everything from transit to delivery cyclists. Here are the details… Wednesday: Manhattan Community Board 8’s Transportation Committee will meet to hear an update on streetscape improvements along 86th Street, to […]
If you live, work or play in Greenpoint, you won’t want to miss tonight’s transportation and traffic safety town hall, hosted by City Council Member Steve Levin. Other electeds will be on hand, including Assembly Member Joe Lentol, State Senators Dan Squadron and Martin Dilan and Congress Member Carolyn Maloney. They’ll be discussing everything from […]
It’s a light holiday week on the Streetsblog calendar, but there are opportunities to weigh in on street safety in Brooklyn and Queens, get involved in the commuter tax break effort, and tour Queens by bike. Here’s what’s happening: Today: Share your concerns about street safety with DOT and Council Member Carlos Menchaca at a […]
Today is the RSVP deadline for the New York City Department of Transportation’s upcoming public forum Upper West Side transportation issues. If you want to attend, e-mail westsidestudy @ hshassoc . com or call 917-339-0488.