On April 3rd over 60 people gathered at the Metro Baptist Church to hear about HKSC proposed plan to help undo the damage and disfiguring scars left by the many open air cuts that were created to allow for the… Read more “The future of Hell’s Kitchen South”
The rhythm and quality of CB4 interaction with the Port Authority is a sea change from previous years. It is clear that the PA executives in charge are ready and anxious to proceed with the project. See some of the… Read more “Port Authority Bus Terminal – Update”
This is the meeting you do not want to miss: the Hell’s Kitchen South Coalition will give an update on the Port Authority plans and unveil its own plan for redeveloping the district.
On April 3rd, 6:00 p.m. the Hell’s Kitchen South Coalition will give an update of the Port Authority Bus Project, and everyone will get an opportunity to comment on a proposed neighborhood plan.
In Early February, the Port Authority Chair, CEO and staff met with elected officials from New Jersey and New york, representatives from City Agencies, and the community board 4 and 5 in one of the most amicable meetings to date.… Read more “Port Authority Bus Terminal – latest news”
Every one is talking about the “Fix NYC Panel Report” and its recommendation to implement Congestion Pricing. But there is much more there than meets the eye. The panel also recommends to enforce gridlock laws and Bus lanes with cameras… Read more ““Fix New York City” plan is more than Congestion Pricing!”
2017 felt like a rotten year, but we kept our heads down and managed to accomplish a lot with the help of DOT, our elected officials and the Community Board: Reclaim Street Space for pedestrians: A whole block of 8th… Read more “Best Wishes for 2018”
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… Read more “Adding 50% more capacity to the existing bus terminal is viable”
The Regional Plan Association recently published key transportation recommendation ahead of Its fourth regional plan to be released in November 12017. It pretty closely mirrors the Community Board and our recommendations for the bus terminal replacement: a long distance bus… Read more “RPA’s “Crossing the Hudson” Proposes a Holistic Plan for the Next 20 Years and Beyond”
Last week Chekpeds joined the Hell’s Kitchen South Coalition to present to the CB4’s Parks and Environment committee their findings related to Air Quality in our district. Using the Data gathered by the NYC Department of Health, we highlighted that… Read more “Buses and Cars exhaust is fouling our air – How can 40% more buses help?”