Community Board 1 recently approved a proposal by the Department of Transportation to create a new pedestrian plaza at Broadway and Bedford. The plaza would be located on the little triangle that is created where South 6th Street branches off from Broadway. “This is one of the areas with the least open space in all of Brooklyn,” said board member Jason Otano. “Even though it’s not a patch of grass, it will provide people places to congregate.”
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.