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As long as we can remember, NYPD and other vehicles perpendicularly parked on a block length of 36th Street’s north sidewalk, between 9th and Dyer Avenues forcing all pedestrians to walk on the roadway. This is the path to the Javits convention center and at times the pedestrian volume is quite intense.
In 2009 as part of the Western [...]
After 7 years of dogged persistence on the part of our members, the south crossing at 42nd Street and 9th Avenue is now much safer.
When the light turns red on 9th Avenue, pedestrians now get the WALK signal immediately, while the drivers turning from 42nd Street do not have the green arrow. If the drivers [...]
June 5th marked the 4-month anniversary of the death of our neighbor, Ms. Shu Ying Liu, at the intersection of Ninth Avenue and W. 41st Street. She was hit by one of the many large trucks making the (west) right turn from Ninth Avenue onto W. 41st Street.
CHEKPEDS and CB4 both appealed to DOT and [...]
[ April 25, 2012; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] The NYC Department of Transportation will presents results and recommendations of the WEST MANHATTAN TRAFFIC STUDY,which covers 55th Street going North from 8th Avenue to the Hudson.
Co-sponsored by Council Member Brewer, Community Boards 4 and 7 and NYCDOT.
Come to give your input on transportation and traffic issues on the West Side.
West Manhattan Traffic Study
Wednesday April 25th, [...]
There is much to celebrate in 2011. We thank all of you who wrote letters, signed petitions, showed up to testify, attended meetings and responded to surveys. Your participation is crucial to our collective success and we are very thankful for it. Thank you also to our board, who makes sure we keep with our [...]
We’d love to hear from you on priorities you think we ought to focus on in 2012, please write them in the comment section below. We will adjust accordingly.
As it is 2012 promised to be very busy:
Pedestrian: Unfortunately the news related to pedestrian injuries are not good: in the united states they have increased by 11,000 or [...]
Yesterday in front of a packed room DOT described the many improvements that have already been implemented in Hell’s Kitchen as part of the study. Because they are diffuse many attendees were surprised that so much has been accomplished. You can see the whole presentation Here
Increasing Pedestrian Safety
Increased pedestrian crossing time by 25% at [...]
In the coming years our streets should be transformed for the better: the transitway on 34th Street will dedicate space for bus riders and bike lanes on 8th and 9th Avenues will dedicate space for bicyclists. In the process pedestrians will get more space on 34th street and 76 pedestrian refuges on the avenues. Car [...]
Don’t Miss it : Monday is the day we have been working toward for the last 6 years. Note the new room to accommodate the larger crowd we expect.
Will we get a fully protected pedestrian crossing on the south leg of the 42nd Street and 9th Avenue intersection? What about the north leg of the 42nd Street and [...]
DOT Transporation Study of Hell’s Kitchen
Monday, October 17, 2011 – 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Inter Continetal Hotel, Union Square Room , 300 W. 44th Street (at 8th Avenue). The purpose of the meeting will be to present improvements that have been analyzed in the study. Traffic Improvements to be presented include the following: