Posts Tagged ‘transportation’

UPDATE: Panel Discussion on BK Gateway Vision Plan Postponed

UPDATE: Panel Discussion on BK Gateway Vision Plan Postponed Updated Feb. 9, 2013: The panel to discuss the BK Gateway Transportation Vision Plan scheduled for today has been postponed due to the weather. read more >>
  • Posted on Feb 9, 2013 by pscc

B69 Is Back on Weekends

B69 Is Back on Weekends The B69 bus will once again link DUMBO, Fort Greene, Prospect Heights, and Park Slope on Saturdays and Sundays. read more >>
  • Posted on Jan 4, 2013 by pscc

A Vision for Brooklyn’s Transportation Future

A Vision for Brooklyn’s Transportation Future A group of elected officials, civic groups, and advocates are bringing attention to the matter with the release of BK Gateway Transportation Vision, a report that highlights those challenges and the need for a comprehensive transportation/land use plan for the area. read more >>
  • Posted on Dec 18, 2012 by pscc

Atlantic Yards update: ESDC’s appeal, liquor licenses, transportation

Atlantic Yards update: ESDC’s appeal, liquor licenses, transportation Three important updates on the Atlantic Yards front. read more >>
  • Posted on May 17, 2012 by pscc

Wanted: Better Transit, Sensible Transportation, and Safe Streets

Wanted: Better Transit, Sensible Transportation, and Safe Streets How are the city and the community to balance the many demands for scarce street space? read more >>
  • Posted on May 10, 2012 by pscc

Share and Share a Bike

Share and Share a Bike Set to launch this July, New York City’s new bike-share program is possibly the biggest new transportation development in the city since the subway. read more >>
  • Posted on May 10, 2012 by pscc

Help solve the many transportation issues around Atlantic Yards

Help solve the many transportation issues around Atlantic Yards New York City Council Member Letitia James and the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council are sponsoring the BK Gateway Transportation Workshop, which will lay the groundwork for developing community driven solutions to the transportation issues facing the Atlantic Yards area. read more >>
  • Posted on Mar 23, 2012 by pscc

Can Slow Zones Work in Park Slope?

Can Slow Zones Work in Park Slope? More than 75 people came to a Jan. 21 meeting organized by the Park Slope Civic Council to learn about neighborhood slow zones, an initiative that reduces the speed limit to 20 mph and adds safety measures within a select area in order to change driver behavior. read more >>
  • Posted on Jan 31, 2012 by pscc

Taking It Slow at Community Meeting

Taking It Slow at Community Meeting In the midst of the year’s first winter storm, residents of Park Slope and nearby communities got together not to complain about falling snow, but to explore how to take it slow. read more >>
  • Posted on Jan 31, 2012 by pscc

One Step Closer to Permit Parking?

One Step Closer to Permit Parking? The Civic Council offered testimony for residential permit parking at a City Council hearing on the subject. “We are sure that the benefits of reduced congestion and increased safety for all users of local streets will be immediate and substantial.” read more >>
  • Posted on Nov 17, 2011 by pscc