Brooklyn Community Board 6 Meeting on 9th Street Ped Safety and Bike Lanes, Park Slope One-Ways, Grand Army Plaza and Red Hook Bike Lanes

Last Thursday, Community Board 6’s transportation committee voted to approve bike lanes, traffic-calming and pedestrian safety plans for 9th Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn. A vocal contingent from 9th Street, some of whom are members of the Community Board, are trying to kill the plan. Come out to show your support for a bike lane on 9th Street in Park Slope. DOT plans for one-way avenues in Park Slope and pedestrian and bike improvements in Grand Army Plaza and bike lanes in Red Hook will also be voted on. 

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Brooklyn Community Board 6 Transportation Committee Meeting on Grand Army Plaza Redesign & Bike Lanes

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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 […]

Updated Version of DOT’s 9th Street Plan

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Above is the latest version of DOT’s plan to improve pedestrian safety, install traffic-calming and stripe bike lanes on 9th Street in Park Slope. If you like this plan and live or work within the boundaries of Community Board 6 or Park Slope, or if you just use 9th Street as a pedestrian, motorist, cyclist […]

Park Slope Passes on Traffic-Calming, Ped Safety & Bike Lanes

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Gowanus Lounge reports on the debate over DOT’s 9th Street redesign plan at last night’s Park Slope Civic Council meeting. The Civic Council voted overwhelmingly to "table" a plan that would provide the neighborhood with improved pedestrian safety on one of the most hazardous streets in the area, enhanced cyclist safety along a key access […]