NYC DOT is developing the NYC Streets Plan, a five-year transportation plan to improve the safety, accessibility, and quality of the City’s streets for all New Yorkers. The plan is being developed in response to Local Law 195 enacted in December 2019, which directs NYC DOT to issue and implement a transportation master plan every five years. […]
Virtual Town Hall – Empire Station ComplexThursday July 15th @6 […]
Protected for whom? Drivers have 5 times more protection than pedestrians or cyclists when crossing an intersection
This is the intersection where our neighbor Jose Calo was […]
Even during the 4th of July weekend, there were helicopters […]
Renovating the existing Penn Station, adding eight new tracks, razing […]
While we were in confinement and there was little traffic, […]
Filling your car tank at a gas station is a commercial transaction on private property. When did the MTA, DOT and others decide that electric charging should take place on public property, and further block sidewalks? Do we need to remind everyone that walking is the greenest of all transportation modes?
Compared to the first 6 months of 2019, our district of Chelsea and Hell’s kitchen has experienced a 51% decrease in traffic injuries to pedestrians and cyclists. This is significantly better than the city average which stands at 24% decrease. However we seem to be unable to eliminate 3 fatalities each year, while the city […]
If you are missing the calm COVID brought to our streets, then Open Streets is for you. NYCDOT just approved a number of open streets in our district. These streets are open to local traffic but do not permit thru traffic. They allow residents to organize local activities, get to know each other, let the […]
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