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Saturday morning, May 23rd, three (3) more blocks will open in our district: W21st Street (9/10), W 22nd Street (7/8) in Chelsea and W51st Street (9/10) in Hell’s Kitchen. These are in addition to the first four (4) blocks opened last Saturday in Chelsea with the Business Improvements Districts as partners.
From a pedestrian (or a […]
We hope you, your family and friends are all in good health. Stay inside and follow all prescribed procedures for yourself and other people alike .
Talking about procedures : when walking or shopping, I noticed that there is no way to cross or pass another pedestrian on a sidewalk, while maintaining a 6 ft distance. […]
CB4 Transportation Committee will discuss which streets should be open to pedestrians for the balance of the confinement period.
Wednesday, April 15, 2020, 6:30 PM
Join the meeting by teleconference
Or by phone:1-669-224-3412,
Access Code: 285-375-581
You can check the proposal here.
The communities of Hell’s Kitchen South / Chelsea / Hudson Yards in New York City have reasons to be concerned about the quality of their air. A six-week study of the air quality performed by Clinton/Chelsea/ Hell’s Kitchen Coalition for Pedestrian Safety (CHEKPEDS)’s 25 volunteers demonstrated that the air contains unhealthy levels of micro particulate matters that […]
In its quest for healthier walking, CHEKPEDS has initiated an Air Quality study with 25 volunteers from our district, from 15th to 57th Streets . Over the next month, they will each collect 21 air samplings at their respective sites.
The Kickoff , organized by Ernest Modarelli who is managing the project ( shown here on the left) took […]
The transit system is in crisis mode: delays on the subway have tripled over the last five years, subway stations are crumbling, and aging signal systems can’t keep up with growing ridership. Meanwhile, our streets are increasingly clogged with traffic, which results in buses that travel at walking speeds, and impatient drivers who endanger people […]
The results of a recent study concluded this month was presented to the Port Authority Board of Commissioners on September 28, 2017. Engineering and Construction firms concluded that it would be feasible to add two floors to the current bus Terminal and then proceed to renovate the floors below , in a top down approach. […]
[ October 12, 2017; 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. ] After our presentation on Air quality – or lack thereof – to the Parks and Environment Committee of CB4, the state agency in charge of the environment – Department for Environmental Conservation, (DEC) will be presenting their plans and efforts to the committee.
Department of Environmental Conservation Presentation
Thursday, October 14, 2017, 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.