This Week: Traffic-Calming on PPW, Hobnobbing With RPA

It’s the busiest week of the year so far, starting with tonight’s big Brooklyn event. The RPA’s annual big to-do is Friday, followed by a full slate of Saturday happenings.

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

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Big CB Meetings in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Starting Tonight

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Speak Up for a Safer, More Accessible East Side Tonight

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This Week: Parking in Flushing, BK Greenway, NJ Fare Hikes

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Does downtown Flushing need copious, cheap parking to accompany new development? Queens residents will take up that question at this week’s first big event. Monday: Queens Community Board 7 will meet to discuss, among other things, the Flushing Commons project. 7 p.m. Also tonight: AIA and the American Planning Association host a panel on sustainability: […]

This Week: Get Ready for the Youth Bike Summit

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This Week: How Can You Bring a Plaza to Your Neighborhood?

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