Updated Version of DOT’s 9th Street Plan

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 or
bus rider, please take just a minute to fax in your support for DOT’s 9th Street plan.

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If you live in or around Park Slope, Brooklyn, then please take just a minute to click this link and send a fax to Borough President Marty Markowitz expressing your support for DOT’s traffic safety plan for 9th Street.  As we’ve reported here on Streetsblog, the Department of Transportation has put forward a thoughtful and […]

DOT’s 9th Street Plan: Frequently Asked Questions

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Sources say that first-term Brooklyn State Senator Eric Adams has delivered a lengthy letter to Department of Transportation Acting Commissioner Judith Bergtraum expressing opposition to DOT’s 9th Street traffic safety and bike lane plan. Though the Senator, a former cop, has no urban planning or traffic engineering background, he questions DOT’s assertion that its plan […]