A Jackson Heights resident tells her neighbors: The 34th Avenue open street is a rare jewel for the young, for seniors and for everyone who cares about quality of life.
That said, it's "a step in this direction," said Kate Slevin of the Regional Plan Association.
Political ads are banned in the subway, but they're apparently kosher for an MTA press release.
Kids can be kids. Friends can meet friends. And neighbors can feel like they live in a neighborhood again. That's the unmistakable takeaway from Streetfilms' latest effort to share the simple joy of having the city's best open street in your neighborhood.
The mayor's week-long highlighting of Vision Zero ends today. Plus all the other news from yesterday — including that streets-free mayoral debate!
The issue of community greenspace is personal to me, says Jackson Heights's council member. That’s why 34th Avenue should become a linear park.