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Fix 9th Street

  • On March 5th, two children and their mothers were struck by a driver in a crosswalk on 9th Street. The mothers were hospitalized and seriously injured. The children, Joshua Lew and Abigail aged 1 4, ... (see more)
    On March 5th, two children and their mothers were struck by a driver in a crosswalk on 9th Street. The mothers were hospitalized and seriously injured. The children, Joshua Lew and Abigail Blumenstein, aged 1 and 4, were killed.  (see more)
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Fix Our Streets

Fix 5th and 6th

Make Meeker Move

  • We support a comprehensive redesign of Meeker Ave to create safe space for walking and bicycling, as well as implementation of measures to calm car and truck traffic. We call on Community Board 1 to ... (see more)
    We support a comprehensive redesign of Meeker Ave to create safe space for walking and bicycling, as well as implementation of measures to calm car and truck traffic. We call on Community Board 1 to ask for a comprehensive redesign of Meeker Ave to create a safer and more vibrant neighborhood connector in North Brooklyn. (see more)
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Citi Bike For All

Safer Boston Road

  • As one of the most important corridors in northeast Bronx, thousands of people use Boston Road everyday.  However, the road’s current design encourages speeding and makes it hostile for pedestrians ... (see more)
    As one of the most important corridors in northeast Bronx, thousands of people use Boston Road everyday.  However, the road’s current design encourages speeding and makes it hostile for pedestrians and cyclists to travel safely.  From July 2012 - September 2017, 753 people injured and 5 people killed on Boston Road, including 2 in this year alone.  (see more)
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Safer 111th Street

  • The problem: 111th Street is a multi-lane speedway which encourages reckless driving. Since 2012, 240 people have been injured, many of them trying to cross the street and enter Flushing Meadows is ... (see more)
    The problem: 111th Street is a multi-lane speedway which encourages reckless driving. Since 2012, 240 people have been injured, many of them trying to cross the street and enter Flushing Meadows Corona Park. 111th Street is so unsafe, it has been identified as one of the worst corridors in Queens. It doesn’t have to be this way. (see more)
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Fight for 31st Ave!

Close the 2nd Ave Gap

  • We are working towards the transformation of a vital East Side corridor: Second Avenue. This critical north-south connection is an obvious gap in the existing safe street network since the of the to ... (see more)
    We are working towards the transformation of a vital East Side corridor: Second Avenue. This critical north-south connection is an obvious gap in the existing safe street network since the completion of the 1st Avenue protected bike lane that connects cyclists from Brooklyn to the Bronx, but not the other way around. Heading south on Second Ave, cyclists are left without protected infrastructure ... (see more)
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Bike-Friendly Astoria

We Demand Safe Passage

Complete the Concourse

  • The Grand Concourse is one of the longest, widest and terrifying streets in the Bronx. The street’s dangerous conditions encourage speeding, and unsafe interactions between the different modes of of ... (see more)
    The Grand Concourse is one of the longest, widest and terrifying streets in the Bronx. The street’s dangerous conditions encourage speeding, and unsafe interactions between the different modes of transportation, putting thousands of daily Bronxites at risk. Since July 2012, over 1,069 people were injured and 13 were killed due to the dangerous conditions along the Concourse. (see more)
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I Bike. I Walk. I Vote.

Complete Dyckman Street

  • Dyckman Street is a major crosstown street that serves Inwood's residents and visitors. Since 2008, local residents and advocates have pursued the support of the local Community Board and elected to ... (see more)
    Dyckman Street is a major crosstown street that serves Inwood's residents and visitors. Since 2008, local residents and advocates have pursued the support of the local Community Board and elected officials to make safety improvements along Dyckman Street, including a protected bike lane to connect the Hudson River and Harlem River Greenways. (see more)
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Zero on Hylan Boulevard

  • Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island’s longest roadway, serves as one of the borough’s primary arterial roadways and is the only continuous north-south route on the South Shore of Staten Island. this are ... (see more)
    Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island’s longest roadway, serves as one of the borough’s primary arterial roadways and is the only continuous north-south route on the South Shore of Staten Island. Throughout this corridor, there are many residential communities and active commercial districts that attract high volumes of vehicular traffic. On a typical weekday, 44,000 vehicles and 32,000 bus riders use ... (see more)
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Defend Your Right of Way

Support East Tremont Ave

  • East Tremont Ave is one of the most dangerous corridors in the Bronx, with 59 pedestrian injuries and 10 cyclist injuries in the 6 block stretch between Waterbury Ave & Bruckner Blvd (2009-2013). in ... (see more)
    East Tremont Ave is one of the most dangerous corridors in the Bronx, with 59 pedestrian injuries and 10 cyclist injuries in the 6 block stretch between Waterbury Ave & Bruckner Blvd (2009-2013). While speeding continues in this stretch, 1 pedestrian and 1 cyclist have been killed in the last 2 years.  (see more)
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Grand Street PeopleWay Now

Bike Share for Jamaica Bay

Stop Trump's Bike Lane Cuts

NYC Needs Congestion Pricing

Connect the North Shore Loop

  • As the North Shore evolves, our streets are evolving with it in ways that continue to make public spaces more welcoming and accessible while making walking, biking and using public transit safer for ... (see more)
    As the North Shore evolves, our streets are evolving with it in ways that continue to make public spaces more welcoming and accessible while making walking, biking and using public transit safer for all. Between the 75+ miles of bike lanes that Staten Islanders now enjoy, upgraded pedestrian crossings, bioswales and other vital safety and resiliency improvements, it's getting ever easier to find ... (see more)
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Tell the City to #UnblockNYC

  • New Yorkers who take the bus or ride a bicycle know that one of the most infuriating and dangerous aspects of their trip is cars and trucks parked in a designated bicycle- or bus-only lane. These to ... (see more)
    New Yorkers who take the bus or ride a bicycle know that one of the most infuriating and dangerous aspects of their trip is cars and trucks parked in a designated bicycle- or bus-only lane. These illegally-parked vehicles slow commute times and contribute to congestion by forcing buses to stop and merge into another traffic lane and force bicycle riders into traffic, jeopardizing their safety ... (see more)
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Unsafe Speeds at 2000+ Schools

Traffic Calming on 21st Street

Zero Deaths on Queens Boulevard

  • Queens Boulevard is a major arterial route that passes through various neighborhoods in Queens - hundreds of thousands of people live, work and shop along this boulevard every day. Nicknamed  the of ... (see more)
    Queens Boulevard is a major arterial route that passes through various neighborhoods in Queens - hundreds of thousands of people live, work and shop along this boulevard every day. Nicknamed  the "Boulevard of Death", since 2013, eight people have been killed and 218 pedestrians and cyclists injured on Queens Boulevard. Join us in remaking Queens Boulevard into a safe, beautiful and accessible ... (see more)
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Put People First on Thomson Ave

  • Pedestrian safety on Thomson Ave, home of LaGuardia Community College, has long taken a backseat to getting cars on and off the Queensboro Bridge. This car-first culture resulted in Tenzin Drudak of ... (see more)
    Pedestrian safety on Thomson Ave, home of LaGuardia Community College, has long taken a backseat to getting cars on and off the Queensboro Bridge. This car-first culture resulted in Tenzin Drudak being killed right outside of our school by a speeding car. We still see numerous close calls every day. (see more)
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Complete Upper Amsterdam Avenue

  • Amsterdam Avenue is one of Manhattan’s busiest streets, but it lacks the bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure needed to protect Manhattanites from dangerous traffic. This critical North-South runs ... (see more)
    Amsterdam Avenue is one of Manhattan’s busiest streets, but it lacks the bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure needed to protect Manhattanites from dangerous traffic. This critical North-South corridor runs through dense commercial and residential neighborhoods, but its wide span encourages drivers to regularly drive twice the legal speed limit.  (see more)
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People First on Richmond Terrace

  • Richmond Terrace is one of Staten Island’s oldest and most traveled roadways and is a critical connection for pedestrians and bicyclists along Staten Island’s North Shore. Soon this waterfront will ... (see more)
    Richmond Terrace is one of Staten Island’s oldest and most traveled roadways and is a critical connection for pedestrians and bicyclists along Staten Island’s North Shore. Soon this waterfront will be completely transformed by the construction of the New York Wheel, Empire Outlets, and Lighthouse Point. Safer pedestrian and bicycling infrastructure needs to be part of this plan. (see more)
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Fix the Brooklyn Bridge for Bikes

  • NYC DOT recently unveiled a beautiful, welcoming gateway to the Brooklyn Bridge on its Brooklyn side and a new protected bike path on the Manhattan side. The most important part of the bridge for — ... (see more)
    NYC DOT recently unveiled a beautiful, welcoming gateway to the Brooklyn Bridge on its Brooklyn side and a new protected bike path on the Manhattan side. The most important part of the bridge for bicyclists — the span itself, with its small two-way bike path made even narrower by sightseers unaware of the pathway’s divide — remains untouched and very dangerous for bicyclists. We must fix the and ... (see more)
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Make Broadway Safer to Walk & Bike

Complete Street for Utopia Parkway

Finish 4th Avenue Through Bay Ridge!

Let's Build the North Shore Greenway!

  • Our vision for the Harbor Ring, a 50-mile recreational pathway circling the length of New York Harbor and connecting Brooklyn, Staten Island, New Jersey and Manhattan is getting closer to reality as ... (see more)
    Our vision for the Harbor Ring, a 50-mile recreational pathway circling the length of New York Harbor and connecting Brooklyn, Staten Island, New Jersey and Manhattan is getting closer to reality as economic revitalization spurs interest in waterfront access throughout the region and the MTA continues heeding cries for long-sought access to the Verrazano Bridge. (see more)
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We Support Citi Bike in Brooklyn CB6!

  • Do you live, work, or patronize businesses in the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Gowanus, Red Hook, Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill? Has the expansion of Citi Bike into these communities made your If ... (see more)
    Do you live, work, or patronize businesses in the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Gowanus, Red Hook, Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill? Has the expansion of Citi Bike into these communities made your life better? If so, please sign your name to let Brooklyn Community Board 6 and local elected officials know that you support this innovative, healthy, and economical addition to NYC's transit system. (see more)
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Bring Back Pedestrian-Friendly 32nd St

Extend Park Ave Bike Lane to Webster Ave

  • Cyclists commute every day along Webster Avenue from large communities in Williamsbridge, Allerton, and Norwood to the major Metro North connection at Fordham Road (which, unlike other stops in the ... (see more)
    Cyclists commute every day along Webster Avenue from large communities in Williamsbridge, Allerton, and Norwood to the major Metro North connection at Fordham Road (which, unlike other stops in the area, connects to both the New Haven and Harlem lines). (see more)
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Safer Access to the Harlem River Bridges

  • Residents and community leaders of Inwood, Washington Heights, Harlem, and the Bronx are working to modernize and improve safety and accessibility features on area bridges. Tens of thousands of use ... (see more)
    Residents and community leaders of Inwood, Washington Heights, Harlem, and the Bronx are working to modernize and improve safety and accessibility features on area bridges. Tens of thousands of people use these connectors on a daily basis. For far too long, proposals for life-saving infrastructure improvements have been ignored. We need protected bike lanes, pedestrian amenities, and other on to ... (see more)
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We Need More Space on the Brooklyn Bridge

  • Today, there are tens of thousands of people walking and biking across the Brooklyn Bridge — and they’re all packed in like sardines. It’s dangerous and unpleasant for everyone. A canopy path across ... (see more)
    Today, there are tens of thousands of people walking and biking across the Brooklyn Bridge — and they’re all packed in like sardines. It’s dangerous and unpleasant for everyone. A canopy path across the Brooklyn Bridge would increase the amount of space for pedestrians and cyclists. For people walking and biking, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the busiest locations in New York City. We need a for ... (see more)
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Make it Permanent! Car-free Prospect Park

  • Cars have no place in Brooklyn's crown jewel, Prospect Park.  This summer both sides of the park will be car-free, advancing park equity.  Parks are for people, and people from all across Brooklyn a ... (see more)
    Cars have no place in Brooklyn's crown jewel, Prospect Park.  This summer both sides of the park will be car-free, advancing park equity.  Parks are for people, and people from all across Brooklyn and beyond will enjoy a safer and greener Prospect Park. Let's make it permanent.  Car-free Prospect Park forever! (see more)
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Safe Access to the St George Ferry Terminal

  • The St George Ferry Terminal is the nexus of Staten Island's transportation system and it lies at the center of the North Shore's revitalization efforts. The long term success of these efforts is on ... (see more)
    The St George Ferry Terminal is the nexus of Staten Island's transportation system and it lies at the center of the North Shore's revitalization efforts. The long term success of these revitalization efforts is contingent on allowing everybody to feel safe and welcome coming to or from the ferry, but pedestrians and cyclists feel anything but safe navigating through the ferry terminal entrance ... (see more)
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Congress, Protect Us from Vehicular Attacks

#DeliverJustice: Protect NYC Working Cyclists

Safe Crossing On The New Springville Greenway

  • The New Springville Greenway is a new 3.2-mile path that runs along the eastern edge of Freshkills Park and provides Staten Island with a well-designed bicycling and running path parallel to of the ... (see more)
    The New Springville Greenway is a new 3.2-mile path that runs along the eastern edge of Freshkills Park and provides Staten Island with a well-designed bicycling and running path parallel to Richmond Avenue. Because of the wetlands in the area, the Greenway path crosses over to the other side of Richmond Avenue at Forest Hill Road. (see more)
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Upper West Side Protected Crosstown Bike Lanes

Traffic Calming in front of Holy Spirit Church

Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety on Forest Avenue

  • Forest Avenue is one of the North Shore of Staten Island’s busiest and most vibrant streets. It runs across the island, from Victory Boulevard to the Goethals Bridge, and is known for its wide array ... (see more)
    Forest Avenue is one of the North Shore of Staten Island’s busiest and most vibrant streets. It runs across the island, from Victory Boulevard to the Goethals Bridge, and is known for its wide array of businesses — from independently-owned shops, restaurants, and bars to large national retail chains and franchises. But right now, Forest Avenue simply isn’t safe for pedestrians: Between 1995 and ... (see more)
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Fix Canal Street: Manhattan's Boulevard of Death

Calm Traffic in Front of PS154 in Windsor Terrace

14th Street PeopleWay: A New Way Across Manhattan

  • The upcoming 2019 L train shutdown will remove a vital link from New York City's transportation network. Hundreds of thousands of people that count on the L train will be forced to find other While ... (see more)
    The upcoming 2019 L train shutdown will remove a vital link from New York City's transportation network. Hundreds of thousands of people that count on the L train will be forced to find other options. While the repairs are unavoidable, here is what we can add to the corridor to improve transit for everyone: (see more)
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Stand Up for a Complete Street on Atlantic Avenue

Stop Ticketing Cyclists When Reckless Drivers Kill

  • When a person on a bike is killed by a driver, it is rarely the cyclist's fault.  Yet it is NYPD policy to blame cyclists for their own deaths. This policy is cruel, and ineffective at preventing ... (see more)
    When a person on a bike is killed by a driver, it is rarely the cyclist's fault.  Yet it is NYPD policy to blame cyclists for their own deaths. This policy is cruel, and ineffective at preventing future crashes.  (see more)
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New York Cyclists Need a 3-ft Passing Distance ...

Make Nereid Avenue Safe for Pedestrians and ...

  • The fatal hit-and-run crash that killed Orlando Savino as he crossed Nereid Ave. at the intersection with Richardson Ave. has highlighted the unfavorable conditions that pedestrians and cyclists to ... (see more)
    The fatal hit-and-run crash that killed Orlando Savino as he crossed Nereid Ave. at the intersection with Richardson Ave. has highlighted the unfavorable conditions that pedestrians and cyclists have to face along this corridor.  Nereid Ave currently has virtually no pavement markings. Yet many people walk and bike along this corridor as it is one of the few roads that goes east-west across the ... (see more)
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Northern Boulevard and the Joe Michaels Greenway ...

  • Access to the greenway in Joe Michaels Mile Park has long been a problem in our community.  This park currently has very few children or limited mobility users because of the treacherous surrounding ... (see more)
    Access to the greenway in Joe Michaels Mile Park has long been a problem in our community.  This park currently has very few children or limited mobility users because of the treacherous infrastructure surrounding the south side.  Able-bodied adults are the only ones capable of using this entrance and even they take their lives in their hands, as we've seen recently when 78-year-old Michael was ... (see more)
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Traffic Calming & Bike Lanes for Van Duzer ...

Astoria Needs a Bridge-to-Bridge Two-Way Bike ...

  • Astoria is a popular neighborhood for biking. Residents use their bikes to conveniently commute into Manhattan over the Queensboro Bridge (less than 20 minutes) and for recreation along the to Park. ... (see more)
    Astoria is a popular neighborhood for biking. Residents use their bikes to conveniently commute into Manhattan over the Queensboro Bridge (less than 20 minutes) and for recreation along the waterfront to Astoria Park. With Citibike's recent arrival in Astoria, residents are increasingly using bike-share to easily commute and reach our businesses and cultural destinations. (see more)
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In Memory of Lauren Davis, Classon Avenue Needs ...

Cyclists Deserve a Head-Start! Support Intro LPI ...

  • NYC City Council had a great hearing in November 2016 on the Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI) bill that allows cyclists to legally proceed using the pedestrian walk signal, and ahead of traffic. (see more)
    NYC City Council had a great hearing in November 2016 on the Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI) bill that allows cyclists to legally proceed using the pedestrian walk signal, and ahead of traffic. (see more)
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Make left turns illegal from Broadway onto St. ...

  • The problem I'm seeking to address is pedestrian and cyclist safety when trying to safely cross the street. Following the Mayor's goal of Vision Zero the City needs to step in and fix dangerous that ... (see more)
    The problem I'm seeking to address is pedestrian and cyclist safety when trying to safely cross the street. Following the Mayor's goal of Vision Zero the City needs to step in and fix dangerous intersections that have a repeated incident rate as the Broadway and Hooper Street intersection does (two collisions in two days). My goal is to not get injured by a careless driver and to ensure to at of ... (see more)
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Pass Congestion Pricing: Fix the Subways and Our ...

We Need More Than LIC Sharrows: Safer Streets ...

Cyclist Seasonal Access on the Upper West Side's ...

  • The nation's most used cycle path, the Hudson River Greenway, could be facing permanent changes on the Upper West Side.  Given the growth in both pedestrian and cycling use on the path in recent are ... (see more)
    The nation's most used cycle path, the Hudson River Greenway, could be facing permanent changes on the Upper West Side.  Given the growth in both pedestrian and cycling use on the path in recent years, changes are necessary to avoid conflicts -- particularly during seasons where usage peaks. During winter months, however, the current path should remain accessible for the thousands of commuting ... (see more)
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We want pedestrian and bicycle pathways on the ...

  • Built in 1964, the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge was constructed without pedestrian or bicycle pathways, despite the public’s desire for that access. As a result, you can only cross the VNB under your a ... (see more)
    Built in 1964, the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge was constructed without pedestrian or bicycle pathways, despite the public’s desire for that access. As a result, you can only cross the VNB under your own power twice a year - during the New York City Marathon and the TD Five Boro Bike Tour. A multi-use pathway would finally link Brooklyn and Staten Island by foot and by bike, and would benefit the of ... (see more)
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Complete the Kissena Way: A 13 mile Greenway our ...

In Memory of Gelasio Reyes, Make Skillman & 43rd ...

  • 43rd Avenue and Skillman Avenue are integral bike connectors in Queens. Thousands of cyclists use these streets to commute to or from the Queensboro bridge. It connects important parts of the bike ... (see more)
    43rd Avenue and Skillman Avenue are integral bike connectors in Queens. Thousands of cyclists use these streets to commute to or from the Queensboro bridge. It connects important parts of the bike network such as the protected bike lanes on Queens Boulevard and the Greenway to the Queensboro Bridge. Both streets have painted bike lanes, but neither are physically separated from car traffic.  (see more)
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They want to make speeding legal on Ocean Tell ...

Governor Cuomo: Fix Greenway Barriers, Install ...

Protected Bike Lane on Broadway / Via protegida ...

Move Midtown: Prioritize pedestrians and in the ...

  • In Midtown Manhattan, streets feel more like a battleground than a place for people. Cars are given the lion's share of space, while people walking and biking are left with street edges and narrow ... (see more)
    In Midtown Manhattan, streets feel more like a battleground than a place for people. Cars are given the lion's share of space, while people walking and biking are left with street edges and narrow sidewalks. Intersections are too wide and unsafe to cross, while multi-lane streets allow dangerous conditions that result in the highest traffic crash and fatality rate borough-wide. In the age of ... (see more)
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Funding Request for Lower Manhattan Pedestrian ...

  •     With a street grid from the Dutch settlement and Colonial era, overlaid with modern residential high rises and a 24/7 live-work community, Lower Manhattan faces unique challenges from car, bus 1 ... (see more)
        With a street grid from the Dutch settlement and Colonial era, overlaid with modern residential high rises and a 24/7 live-work community, Lower Manhattan faces unique challenges from car, bus and truck traffic, garbage collection, and pedestrian and tourist flows. Manhattan’s Community Board 1 has the fourth worst air quality of the City's 59 community boards and roughly 75 major projects a ... (see more)
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Build a 2 way protected bike path on Flatbush of ...

  • --Flatbush Avenue, between Empire Blvd and Grand Army Plaza, is a non-residential strip that is plagued by speeding vehicles because of an excessively wide roadway. This puts people at risk as they ... (see more)
    --Flatbush Avenue, between Empire Blvd and Grand Army Plaza, is a non-residential strip that is plagued by speeding vehicles because of an excessively wide roadway. This puts people at risk as they walk and bike to Prospect Park, the Prospect Park Zoo, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and more. (see more)
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Protected Bike Lane on Centre Street: Connect to ...

  • There's a missing piece in Manhattan's network of bicycle lanes that connects the Financial District and the Brooklyn Bridge to Union Square and the rest of Midtown. Let's protect cyclists on Centre ... (see more)
    There's a missing piece in Manhattan's network of bicycle lanes that connects the Financial District and the Brooklyn Bridge to Union Square and the rest of Midtown. Let's protect cyclists on Centre Street! (see more)
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Complete the Motor Parkway Greenway - a safe and ...

Make the Village More Pedestrian and Bike Bike ...

  • My name is Michael Szeto and I live on Greenwich Avenue in the West Village. It's a vibrant neighborhood street, featuring playgrounds and schools, restaurants, small businesses, and people living a ... (see more)
    My name is Michael Szeto and I live on Greenwich Avenue in the West Village. It's a vibrant neighborhood street, featuring playgrounds and schools, restaurants, small businesses, and people living and working. My window, however overlooks one of the neighborhood’s most dangerous, six-way intersections between Greenwich Ave, 7th Ave and West 11th St. At the wide, complicated intersection it’s to ... (see more)
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Stop Dangerous Buses & Trucks From Using Laight ...

  • Residents who live on Laight Street in TriBeCa are concerned by the illegal use of Laight St. by the trucks and buses that exit from the Holland Tunnel Rotary. According to NYC Truck Route Network a ... (see more)
    Residents who live on Laight Street in TriBeCa are concerned by the illegal use of Laight St. by the trucks and buses that exit from the Holland Tunnel Rotary. According to NYC Truck Route Network defined by the NYC DOT section 4-13 of NYC traffic rules, these large vehicles are prohibited to use a residential street, Laight St., but do so anyway. (see more)
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Oceania St Protected Bike Path For Family-Safe & ...

  • The Problem:  Eastern Queens has one of the best park systems in New York City, but many of our residents can't get to these hidden gems because of the unsafe conditions around them.  There are 6.5 ... (see more)
    The Problem:  Eastern Queens has one of the best park systems in New York City, but many of our residents can't get to these hidden gems because of the unsafe conditions around them.  There are 6.5 miles of Mountain Biking Trails in Cunningham Park; from novice to expert, there's something for mountain bikers of all levels. These trails are set to expand in the near future, drawing even more the ... (see more)
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4th Avenue Corridor Needs A Protected Bike Lane. ...