Last Call for Pedestrian Safety – Vote for # 15

As part of the Participatory Budgeting, every resident of Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen who is older than 14,  can now vote for up to 5 capital projects that will be built in our district. Voting will take place April 11 – 19. 

This is YOUR chance to make a direct impact : Here are the voting locations for

 Today and Tomorrow, 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Hartley House , 413 West 46th Street (9/10)


Today 12:30 – 6 p.m.
Library, 40 West 20th Street (5/6)


Tomorrow, 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Hudson Guild, 441 West 26th Street (9/10)


Today and Tomorrow, 9 a.m. – to 6 p.m.
Fulton Houses , 419A West 17th Street (9/10)

By voting for the  project # 15 called “Raised Pedestrian Crossing” you have the power to usher our residents in a new era of pedestrian safety and comfort.

See all the projects you can vote for 

 

Click here for voting hours and locations for the other voting days

CLIK HERE for a flyer you can print and distribute to your neighbors with voting locations and hours.

 

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1 Response to Last Call for Pedestrian Safety – Vote for # 15

  1. Keith Rodan says:

    Why is there no ‘vote’ for bike lane renovation? On 8th and 9th Avenues, the bike lanes are falling into neglect and a shabby state. The green paint is uncared for and filthy, and on 9th, there are whole sections (between 50th and around 46th Sts) where there has been no effort to restore them after the street construction these past few years.

    As pedestrians are increasingly ignoring the rules and using the bike lanes, there should be freshly renewed graphics to identify the bike riders, as well as a ped. icon with a diagonal line through it to convey the message.

    Let’s not forget that the bike lanes were intended not for the convenience of a few, but to stimulate increased ridership by getting people out of cars, and hopefully reducing motor vehicle traffic, as well as facilitating a fast, safe, non-polluting, space saving and healthy means of getting around.

    BTW, it’s puzzling that half a million in tax payer’s dollars is the expected cost of the restroom addition at the Jefferson Market library branch. Can we have a cost breakdown for that item? Another question might well be why the proposed raised crosswalk, essentially a wide speed bump, is listed at a quarter million?

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