Time’s Up Outreach Committee Meeting

The Outreach Committee meets on the second Tuesday of every month to organize media outreach, tabling opportunities, messaging and getting the word out about environmental issues and more. New volunteers are welcome–this is an excellent way to get more involved with Time’s Up!

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This Week in Livable Streets Events

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TA candidate debates come to Queens this week, while Time’s Up! volunteers will work to calm traffic and clean up trash in city parks.   Tuesday: Auto-Free New York does a walking tour of the new car-free Broadway, Herald Square and Times Square. 6 p.m. Tuesday: The second in Transportation Alternatives’ series of City Council […]

Thursday Jobs Market

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Looking to hire a smart, qualified person for a position in transportation planning, engineering, IT, or advocacy? Post a listing on the Streetsblog Jobs Board and reach our national audience of dedicated readers. Looking for a job? Here are the current listings: Assistant Director for Street Management, City of Cambridge, Massachusetts The Department is seeking to hire […]

This Week: Lafayette Avenue Bike Lane, Park Slope 20 MPH Zone

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Having set up a process for neighborhoods to request 20 mph zones, the city Department of Transportation has sparked a citywide discussion about appropriate traffic speeds on residential streets. That discussion will come to Park Slope this weekend in a public forum held by the Park Slope Civic Council weighing the merits of a slow […]

CB4 Committee Supports Eighth Avenue Cycle Track

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Last night, the transportation committee of Manhattan Community Board 4 voted 8-2 in support of extending the protected bike lane on Eighth Avenue, now under construction below W. 14th Street, north to 23rd. Wiley Norvell of Transportation Alternatives sends this account. The meeting turnout was high, with roughly 40 people speaking 2-1 in favor of […]

Manhattan CB2 Unanimously Approves Eighth Avenue Cycle Track

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The cycle track will replace the current buffered bike lane on Eighth Avenue. In a pair of votes last week, DOT’s plan for a protected bike path on Eighth Avenue got the thumbs up from Community Board 2. On Tuesday, the transportation committee approved a resolution expressing support for the cycle track, and on Thursday, […]

Meeting: Help Time’s Up! Find New Space

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Time’s Up’s space at 49 E. Houston St. has been sold and they are currently searching for a new space that will allow them to continue our indoor meetings, events, movies and bike workshops. They will remain at 49 E. Houston for several more months with a full schedule of activities and workshops, but need […]