Posts Tagged ‘traffic’

Hoboken: Lessons for Park Slope

Hoboken: Lessons for Park Slope Hoboken faces a problem familiar to any Park Sloper: too many cars and too few places to park them. Members of the Civic Council recently toured the city to explore the innovative ways it is approaching these problems and how those solutions could be imported to Brooklyn. read more >>
  • Posted on 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 >>
  • Posted on Nov 3, 2011 by pscc

Livable Streets: Speed Cameras, Car Services, Sweeping Kits

Livable Streets: Speed Cameras, Car Services, Sweeping Kits The Civic Council’s Livable Streets Committee focuses on enriching our community’s urban environment and street life. Our agenda is a broad one, and the topics we covered at our Feb. 3 meeting showed that range. read more >>
  • Posted on Feb 26, 2011 by pscc

The Social Network of Traffic and Transit

The Social Network of Traffic and Transit You’ve probably seen them at bus stops all over Park Slope — young men in bright green T-shirts giving out information about a new phone-based service. Perhaps you’ve noticed them helping out at the Fall Civic Sweep or other events in the community. But what is Roadify? read more >>
  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 by pscc