This Week in Livable Streets Events

The biggest thing going this week is Wednesday’s Manhattan CB 8 vote on protected bike lanes. Trash trucks, climate change and bike fashion round out a full slate of events. And if you live in Queens and have been thinking of joining TA, be sure to check out Tuesday’s LIC party.

Keep an eye on the calendar for updated listings. Got an event we should know about? Drop us a line.

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This Week: Queens Blvd Redesign Up for a Community Board Vote

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DOT’s overhaul of Queens Boulevard in Woodside, which includes 1.3 miles of protected bike lanes, is up for a vote at Queens Community Board 2 twice this week. Also: Opponents have gathered petitions agains Upper Manhattan’s first protected bike lane — you can defend it at Community Board 12 tonight. Here are the highlights. Check the Streetsblog […]

This Week: Speak Up for Queens Blvd, Chrystie St Bike Lanes

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Tomorrow, community boards will weigh in on on major DOT street safety projects planned for Manhattan and Queens. The Manhattan CB 3 transportation committee is expected to vote on plans for a two-way protected bike lane on Chrystie Street, and the full board of Queens CB 4 is scheduled to vote on a bikeway and other upgrades […]

This Week: Three Big Protected Bike Lane Projects

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DOT’s plans for protected bike lane plans on Chrystie Street, Jay Street, and Queens Boulevard have major significance for the city’s bike network. This week there are public meetings related to all three of these projects. Check the Streetsblog calendar for a full list of events. Here are the highlights: Tuesday: The two-way protected bike lane planned for Chrystie […]

This Week: Amsterdam Ave Bikeway, Broadway Road Diet

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Two redesigns of major Manhattan avenues are on community board agendas this week. Tomorrow, a resolution calling on DOT to immediately install a protected bike lane on Amsterdam Avenue goes before Manhattan Community Board 7 (the transportation committee voted for it last month). Bike-share is coming to the neighborhood soon, and Amsterdam could fill a void as its […]

This Week: Bike-Ped Projects Cram the Calendar Tomorrow

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Tuesday is a big day for street safety projects in Brooklyn and Queens, with community board meetings about bike lanes and pedestrian improvements. On Wednesday, Manhattanites will have the opportunity to weigh in at the first of two Vision Zero workshops in the borough. For the full complement of events, check the Streetsblog calendar. Here are the […]

This Week: Upgrading the Chrystie Street Bike Lane

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There’s no shortage of livable streets events this week. Preparations for Citi Bike expansion continue with presentations and planning workshops in Manhattan and Brooklyn, and street revamps are on the agenda for the Upper West Side, DUMBO, and Brownsville. In one intriguing development, the Manhattan Community Board 3 transportation committee is expected to take up […]