Posts Tagged ‘Sen Daniel Squadron’

Call for Permanent Free Transfer between G and J/M Trains

by GWAPP on

Below is a joint press release from Riders Alliance and Sen. Daniel Squadron’s office, released Aug 27, 2014: Riders Alliance, Senator Squadron, Elected Officials Rally to Keep Free Transfer for G, J and M Train Riders Free Transfer, Set to Expire Next Week, Could Make Commuting Cheaper and Faster for Thousands of Riders BROOKLYN, NY—This… READ MORE

[UPDATE] G Train Summer Shutdown: Check-In

by Heather Van De Mark on

Earlier this month, Senator Daniel Squadron held a check-in phone call regarding the G Train’s summer closure for Hurricane Sandy repairs. Residents were asked to share their feedback on the experience thus far. Below is list of some of the issues that arose and responses from the appropriate agencies. (Note: The content below was provided… READ MORE

Have Suggestions, Concerns, Ideas Re: G Train Shutdown? Share Them Today

by GWAPP on

NYS Senator Daniel Squadron is hosting a conference call along with local colleagues later today to discuss what’s working, what isn’t, and what can be improved regarding the G Train shutdown. Now would be a great time to tell him, and our other elected officials (such as AM Joe Lentol and CM Levin) what you… READ MORE

Re-Opening of East River Ferry Service at India St. Pier Still TBD

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Today, State Senator Squadron and Councilman Levin released a statement requesting at the very least a confirmation of when the India St. pier will be reopened. This request comes as the G train summer shutdown approaches. Full release below: SQUADRON, LEVIN STATEMENT ON ONGOING CLOSURE OF INDIA STREET PIER BROOKLYN – Today, State Senator Daniel… READ MORE

More Greenpoint Transportation Updates

by Heather Van De Mark on

As a follow up to April’s G Train Shutdown town hall meeting, State Senator Squadron’s office has released the following update below. As previously noted, the G Train will shut down between Court Square and Nassau Avenue from July 26 to September 1 for Hurricane Sandy repairs. Free shuttle buses will run the stops between… READ MORE

CB1 Public Hearing and Board Meeting Recap: Summer Programming, Waterfront Development and more

by Heather Van De Mark on

Last night’s Community Board 1 (CB1) Public Hearing and Board Meeting was pretty standard fair—liquor licenses new and renewals, several outdoor sidewalk applications (no surprise given the nicer weather), and requests for special permits. I’ll jump straight into the open space/parks/environmental news and then touch on other items of note from the meeting. You can… READ MORE

Vacant Lots as the New Frontier of Open Space

by Ryan Watson on

The city of New York has hundreds of acres of vacant space. Both private and public, these vacant areas represent a potential new expansion of publicly accessible green space. As the the benefits of publicly accessible green space grows is being recognized, now is the time to seize the opportunity to convert vacant land and… READ MORE

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