Important Meeting for Livable Streets Advocates

Brooklyn Community Board 6‘s transportation committee will hear presentations and community input on the following items: 

  • Presentation
    and discussion of a proposal by the Department of Transportation for
    improvements designed to enhance pedestrian mobility, access and
    comfort at the Grand Army Plaza.
  • Presentation by the Department of Transportation of a plan to install two-way Class II bicycle lanes and roadway markings for left-turn turning lanes along 9th Street between 3rd Avenue and Prospect Park West.
  • Presentation by the Department of Transportation of a plan to install Class III bicycle routes in Red Hook.
  • Discussion and consideration of the Department of Transportation’s investigation into the installation of a speed hump on Columbia Street between Halleck Street and the Gowanus Bay.

As is always the case with bike lane projects — and maybe more so in this case — there will be community opposition to this plan. Noah Budnick from Transportation Alternatives urges advocates to attend and express their support.

Brooklyn Community Board 6’s Transportation Committee Meeting
Thursday, March 29th, 2007, 6:30 pm

Old First Reformed Church

729 Carroll St.
(at Seventh Av.)
Brooklyn

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