This Week in Livable Streets Events

Bike Month has officially come and gone, but in Brooklyn the festivities continue into June with BikeBKLN, which leads this week’s upsurge in activity on the Streetsblog Calendar. Here are the highlights.

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This Week: Bus Lane Bonanza

The Streetsblog calendar has a full slate of Select Bus Service and bus lane plans this week. There are also some important bike projects up for consideration by Brooklyn community boards. And now that it’s spring, it’s the season for silly City Council bills that open the door for more cyclist harassment by police. Here are the highlights […]

This Week: Kent Avenue Report, “Our Cities Ourselves”

With the holiday weekend approaching, the pace of events has slowed a bit this week. There’s a pair of events tied to the "Our Cities Ourselves" exhibit, plus DOT will unveil the results of the Kent Avenue bike lane, one year in.  Tuesday: NYCDOT updates Brooklyn Community Board 1 on the Kent Avenue cycle track now […]

This Week: Bike-Ped Projects Cram the Calendar Tomorrow

Tuesday is a big day for street safety projects in Brooklyn and Queens, with community board meetings about bike lanes and pedestrian improvements. On Wednesday, Manhattanites will have the opportunity to weigh in at the first of two Vision Zero workshops in the borough. For the full complement of events, check the Streetsblog calendar. Here are the […]

This Week: Big Votes on Bike Lanes for Amsterdam and Sixth Ave

Community boards are expected to vote on two major Manhattan street safety projects this week: protected bike lanes for Sixth Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue. There’s a lot more community board action in Brooklyn — so much that we couldn’t cram it all into this post. See the complete Streetsblog calendar for more events. Tuesday: DOT will present a plan for […]

This Week: More East New York Bike Lanes

The pre-Memorial Day calendar is front-loaded with events on Monday and Tuesday, with DOT unveiling new bike routes and upgrades to existing ones. Here are the highlights. Check the Streetsblog calendar for the full listing of events: Monday: DOT will present the next phase of bike network expansion in East New York to Brooklyn Community Board 5. […]