Recent Streetsblog NYC posts about Milton Puryear

Sunset Park Greenway: Big Challenges, Bigger Potential

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A map of potential greenway routes and east-west connections in Sunset Park. Image: UPROSE A full crowd of about 60 people turned out for NYCDOT’s Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway workshop in Sunset Park last night. The meeting was the second of four sessions the city is putting on with the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative and the Regional […]

Brooklyn CB1 Approves Bike Path in Place of Parking

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Here’s how space is divvied up on Kent Avenue today… On Tuesday night, Community Board 1 in north Brooklyn voted 39-2 to support adding a separated bike path to Kent Avenue, a truck route through Williamsburg and Greenpoint. The path will be part of the Brooklyn Greenway, which is slated to follow the waterfront from […]

Streetfilm: Transforming NY City Streets

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Streetfilms’ Elizabeth Press was in attendance this week at the New York Historical Society where neighborhood activists, professional planners, and experienced advocates gathered to share their secrets on how New Yorkers can transform the public realm. The event was hosted by NYC Streets Renaissance and was moderated by Streetsblog editor Aaron Naparstek. Panelists included: Christine […]

Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway: Important Meeting Tonight

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The Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway Inititiave is one of the most inspiring and visionary development projects going in New York City right now. The project is very grassroots. Over ten years ago, three Brooklyn residents, Brian McCormick, Milton Puryear and Meg Fellerath got it in their heads that Brooklyn’s waterfront should have a bike path and linear […]