Last Chance to Tell Lander and Levin How You Feel About the New PPW

Today is the last day you can fill out the Prospect Park West bike lane survey. City Council members Brad Lander and Steve Levin set up the survey a few weeks ago to see what their constituents think of the redesigned PPW.

If you haven’t filled out the survey yet (and especially if you live in the 39th or the 33rd council districts), it’s important to take a couple of minutes and show your local electeds you support safer streets and all-ages cycling infrastructure.

  • MFS

    FYI- The survey will close around 5pm EST.

  • J. Mork

    Why is the 35th council district not “especially”? It is one block from PPW.

  • Geck

    I HERE RESPONSE IS ABOUT 50/50 FAR. PLEASE RESPOND IF YOU HAVEN”T YET!

  • J. Mork

    Heading back from Halloween on PPW last night, I saw 3 people skating in the bike lane wearing long dark robes and creepy white masks. I yelled, “you ghouls are ruining this neighborhood!” but they didn’t seem to get the joke….

    (Such is my life 😉

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