- District 33 (Stephen Levin): Safer pedestrian crossings on Meeker Avenue.
- District 39 (Brad Lander): Building out painted pedestrian improvements on Hicks Street at Kane, Sackett, Union, and Summit Streets in concrete.
- District 44 (David Greenfield): Bus Time clocks at 10 stops along the B6 and B11 routes; planting 100 new street trees throughout Boro Park; street repair and resurfacing throughout the district.
- District 47 (Mark Treyger): Street repairs in Coney Island; reconfiguring the bus stop near Coney Island Hospital at Ocean Parkway and Avenue Z.
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