Posts Tagged ‘Brooklyn Greenway’

Citi Bike Program, Why Do You Hurt Me So?

by Heather Van De Mark on

There’s been a lot of buzz on Twitter about the new Citi Bike Share program. People are still posting Instagram photos of newly installed share stations across the city; and reporters and analysts are speculating over the potential political power held by cyclists who enrolled full force in the Bike Share program, purchasing 5,000 annual… READ MORE

12/20 CB1 Transportation Committee Recap: Brooklyn Greenway, Pedestrian Safety Measures, New Waterfront Bus Route

by Ryan Watson on

Last night, the room overflowed for the CB1 meeting of the Transportation Committee. The committee reviewed three projects on their agenda, including: the proposed building of the first section of the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative on West Street; proposed pedestrian and traffic safety measures around Borinquen Place; and a proposed route for a new Williamsburg-Greenpoint-Long Island… READ MORE

Important Meeting: CB1 Transportation Meeting Reviewing Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway

by GWAPP on

We want to remind everyone to mark their calendars and attend a very important Community Board 1 meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. The Transportation Committee will be meeting for a presentation on the schematics of the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway plan to reconfigure West Street between Eagle and Quay Streets. The plan includes: Two-way, Class… READ MORE

Proposed configuration for West St.

CB1 Re-Cap: West Street Bike Lane

by Ryan Watson on

At last night’s Community Board 1 meeting, a presentation was given by Linda Reardon of the RBC group, a design firm retained by the NYC Department of Design & Construction (NYC DDC), on the first segment of the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative (BGI). This 14-mile route would connect Greenpoint to Sunset Park with a series of… READ MORE

CB1 Meeting Tonight: Proposed Bike Lane On West Street

by GWAPP on

Get involved in your community and attend tonight’s Community Board 1 meeting this evening. It will take place this evening at 6:30 PM at the Swinging 60’s Center (211 Ainslie Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11211). A key item on tonight’s agenda is a presentation by the Department of Transportation (DOT) on the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway. Amongst… READ MORE

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