At last month’s CB1 Transportation Committee meeting, DOT formally presented their plan to bring a dedicated two-way bike lane to the Pulaski Bridge. The proposal, seen here, would remove one lane of traffic to create a two-way bike lane separated from both vehicular and pedestrian traffic. The full DOT presentation (in PDF), which outlines the potential impacts of this change (negligible to auto/truck traffic) and the alternatives studied, can be found here. All in all, a very smart solution.
Notes from the March CB#1 Transportation Committee Meeting Last night was an action-packed Transportation Committee meeting. The meeting was held at the local CB offices on Graham Avenue with 3 CB members (Wilfredo F, Karen N, & Ryan K) and 1 staff member (Marie) in attendance. With so many items on the agenda, the meeting was fast-paced and got down to business from the get-go. The first item was a presentation from MTA on the new bus route through the Navy Yard. It is technically not a “new” route but an […]
Have you always wondered about that big old oil spill in Greenpoint? Curious what the Superfund status of the Newtown Creek means to you? Looking to learn more about the history environmental activism in the area? Want to understand the crazy important role that the Newtown Creek played in the industrial revolution in America? Well, in October you will have plenty of chances to bike, walk, and talk around the Creek with NAG!! Thanks to the generous support of the Hudson River Foundation, NAG will be leading a series of […]
Assembyman Joe Lentol wants to have speeding cameras installed on McGuinness Boulevard to cut down on out of control drivers on Greenpoint’s boulevard of death. NAG has partnered with Transportation Alternatives and others to document the excessive speeding and other infractions that occur regularly on McGuinness, and we welcome Assemblyman Lentol’s support for our efforts to make the street safe for everyone.
Town Hall Meeting Thurs Feb 2, 2012. 7-9pm 160 N 5th — Holy Ghost Ukranian Church Neighborhood Forum Sat Feb 4, 2012. 12-4pm 110 Kent Ave [@N8th] Ground floor of NAG office bldg. If you could give the neighborhood a grade,what would it be? Join new and long-time community members as we discuss the crucial issues in Greenpoint and Williamsburg, things like affordable housing, tenant rights, homelessness, transportation, safe streets, public schools, development and city infrastructure, open space, parks, and environmental justice. NAG will be presenting a Community Report Card […]