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This Week: Redesigning Queens Boulevard, Phase Two

The first phase of DOT’s Queens Boulevard redesign added a bike lane and safer pedestrian infrastructure along 1.3 miles in Woodside. The changes have made a big difference for walking and biking, and there’s more on the way. This week DOT will talk about what’s next for Queens Boulevard as the second phase of the redesign process addresses the area east of Roosevelt Avenue.

Check out the full calendar for a complete list of events. Here are the highlights:

Keep your eyes on the calendar for updates. Let us know if you have an event we should know about.

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Eyes on the Street: Phase 2 of Queens Boulevard Redesign Takes Shape

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Using #QueensBlvd #bikenyc 2nd Phase at midnight, thanks for the improvements made @NYC_DOT @BilldeBlasio @transalt pic.twitter.com/Qfz8xvKcvS — Claudia Corcino (@corcino_claudia) August 29, 2016 Green paint is down on a new section of the Queens Boulevard bike lane in Elmhurst. The second phase of the Queens Boulevard redesign runs from 74th Street to Eliot Avenue [PDF], extending east […]