This Week: Vision Zero Town Halls, Pulaski Bridge Bike Lane

It’s a busy week on the livable streets calendar. Join Vision Zero town hall meetings in Brooklyn and the Bronx, attend community board meetings considering new bike corrals, offer your input about the Jamaica Bay Greenway or Franklin Avenue, and learn about the new protected bike lane on the Pulaski Bridge.

Check the full calendar a complete list of goings-on. Here are the details:

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

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