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Love Broadway’s Car-Free Spaces? Take the DOT Survey

3565502232_953496e3b9.jpgTell DOT you prefer the safer, saner Times Square. Photo: nickdigital/Flickr

DOT is gathering feedback on its "Green Light for Midtown" projects, which include new car-free spaces on Broadway at Times Square and Herald Square, along with new bike infrastructure near Columbus Circle. If you weren't able to attend the recent public input sessions, the online survey is here. It takes about five minutes to complete.

If you're enjoying these new public spaces, and don't want to see Times Square return to the state pictured above, now's a good time to say so.

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