Last Chance to Tell Lander and Levin How You Feel About the New PPW

Today is the last day you can fill out the Prospect Park West bike lane survey. City Council members Brad Lander and Steve Levin set up the survey a few weeks ago to see what their constituents think of the redesigned PPW.

If you haven’t filled out the survey yet (and especially if you live in the 39th or the 33rd council districts), it’s important to take a couple of minutes and show your local electeds you support safer streets and all-ages cycling infrastructure.

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Brad Lander: Bring on the Prospect Park West Bike Lane

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Marty Markowitz may have gummed up plans to make walking and biking in Park Slope safer and more convenient, but the Prospect Park West bike lane has a champion in the City Council. District 39 rep Brad Lander says he wants the project to move forward. Brad Lander. Photo: New York City Council "I support […]

Nearly 3,000 Survey Responses Show Brooklyn Wants to Keep PPW Bike Lane

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The results are in from Brad Lander and Steve Levin’s survey about the Prospect Park West bike lane, and the data depict widespread support for the re-designed street among Park Slope residents and Brooklynites in general. Of the nearly 3,000 submissions from Brooklyn residents, 78 percent expressed support for the current two-way bike path configuration […]

Take the PPW Bike Lane Survey

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We’ve got an addendum to today’s news about Prospect Park West bike lane demonstrations. City Council members Brad Lander and Steve Levin have put up a survey to see what their constituents think of the re-designed street. The questions get pretty detailed but it only takes a few minutes to fill out. In related news, […]

Confirmed: Former DOT Commish Weinshall Wants PPW Bike Lane Gone

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David Goodman’s City Room piece on the PPW bike lane survey includes the first new information in months about the extent of former DOT Commissioner Iris Weinshall’s involvement in efforts to do away with the current design. Following the October demonstrations where bike lane proponents vastly outnumbered naysayers, Weinshall and other opponents have not let […]