Grand Army Plaza

Vision Zero

Vision Zero Interactive Map can be viewed here  courtesy of Every year, approximately 4,000 New Yorkers are seriously injured and more than 250 are killed in traffic crashes. Being struck by a vehicle is the leading cause of injury-related death for children under 14, and the second leading cause for seniors. On average, vehicles seriously injure or […] read more >>
  • May 1, 2014 by pscc

Comment: A Tale of Three Spaces

Comment: A Tale of Three Spaces This is a story of livable streets and three public spaces in our community: Bartel Pritchard Square, the cul-de-sac on Fourth Street east of Fifth Avenue, and Grand Army Plaza. read more >>
  • Oct 30, 2012 by pscc

A City Record for Safety

A City Record for Safety At a press conference held in the waning days of last year, Mayor Bloomberg came to Grand Army Plaza to proclaim 2011 “the city’s safest traffic year in the more than 100 years since records were kept.” read more >>
  • Jan 31, 2012 by pscc

A Grand (Army) Celebration

A Grand (Army) Celebration The many improvements recently completed at Grand Army Plaza have reshaped this great public space, and are worthy of a great celebration. Read about that special ceremony and “ribbon cutting” that marked a milestone in the plaza’s transformation. read more >>
  • Nov 17, 2011 by pscc

Improving Our Public Spaces

Improving Our Public Spaces In March 2006, the Park Slope Civic Council devoted its annual community forum to issues of traffic and transportation. More than 200 audience members gathered in the Old First Reformed Church’s sanctuary to listen to panelists discuss traffic calming and placemaking, residential parking permits and Atlantic Yards, and more. read more >>
  • Nov 3, 2011 by pscc

A Safer, Grander Plaza

A Safer, Grander Plaza Coming this summer to Grand Army Plaza: safer driving, easier pedestrian crossings, and more cycling connections, thanks to improvements from the city’s Department of Transportation. read more >>
  • Apr 29, 2011 by pscc