New Yorkers Visit Albany to Promote Traffic Relief and PlaNYC’s Recommendations

The Campaign for New York’s Future is planning a visit to Albany to speak with legislators about traffic relief and the benefits you want to see from the Mayor’s PlaNYC.

Join the 80-plus member organizations of the Campaign for New York’s Future as we ensure that every neighborhood in New York City is a healthy place to live and work.

Help educate state legislators about Mayor Bloomberg’s bold and visionary PlaNYC 2030 and the fight against climate change.

There’s no better place than the heart of New York State government to encourage debate and fair and effective action. The Campaign for New York’s Future has come together to work to protect the public’s health and maintain a high quality of life in New York City, where the population will increase by 1 million in the next two decades.

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