This Week in Livable Streets Events

The biggest thing going this week is Wednesday’s Manhattan CB 8 vote on protected bike lanes. Trash trucks, climate change and bike fashion round out a full slate of events. And if you live in Queens and have been thinking of joining TA, be sure to check out Tuesday’s LIC party.

Keep an eye on the calendar for updated listings. Got an event we should know about? Drop us a line.

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This Week in Livable Streets Events

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TA candidate debates come to Queens this week, while Time’s Up! volunteers will work to calm traffic and clean up trash in city parks.   Tuesday: Auto-Free New York does a walking tour of the new car-free Broadway, Herald Square and Times Square. 6 p.m. Tuesday: The second in Transportation Alternatives’ series of City Council […]

Bike Month, Village Streetcars, Taming Broadway in Billyburg

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It’s the last full week of Bike Month, and there are still plenty of events to check out. Here’s a taste of what else is happening this week: Monday: Transportation Alternatives Brooklyn Member Mixer. Come party with Brooklyn-based members at Brooklyn Bike & Board, where $1 raffle tickets can win you a limited-edition David Byrne […]

This Week: Queens Bike-Share, Barclays Center Transpo Plan

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In a relatively quiet week on the livable streets calendar, the big news will be coming out Tuesday night, when Forest City Ratner presents its transportation plan for the new Barclays Center arena. The plan has been delayed, but should provide important information about promised incentives to use transit and parking for cars and bikes. […]

Youth Bike Summit, Safer Fourth Avenue, Queens Bike Parking

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This week features opportunities to speak up for on-street bike parking and safer streets in Queens and Brooklyn, plus the nation’s premiere conference about biking and young people, right here in New York. Here are the details: Monday: The 82nd Street Partnership BID has requested that DOT install a bike corral on 82nd Street between Roosevelt and […]