Due to various scheduling conflicts the CB4 Transportation Committee will meet in July on a different date. CB4 Transportation Committee Thursday, July 14, 2011 – 6:30 pm Holland House, 351 W 42nd Street, Piano Room Agenda presently includes DDC- DEP… Read more “Join Us: CB4 Transportation Committee (new date)”
Don’t we know it! It still feels good that it now well recognized and documented. The article provides a glimpse of the tough trade offs the dispatchers have to make , and how this often results in buses circling on… Read more “Bus Terminal Hits Its Limits”
The upcoming transportation Committee of CB4 will take up a number of issues relevant to residents of 34th Street and its surroundings: 34th Street Transitway, long distance buses at 9th Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets, and the illegal curb… Read more “Join Us: CB4 Transportation committee to focus on 34th Street”
This public meeting is subsequent to the next Committee Advisory Committee, on March 14th .
East Side residents and businesses have launched a full fledge attack on a DOT project to speed up buses on 34th Street (including our own M16) and give more space and safety to pedestrians who regularly overflow in the street… Read more “CAll For Action: Pedestrians and bus riders must come first on 34th Street.”
City Council’s Transportation Committee held a hearing on MTA’s response to blizzard. Here is our testimony : The bus lanes and routes were not the first lanes to be cleared of snow. Considering how critical is the good functioning of… Read more “Bus riders frustrated at MTA’s response to blizzard”
In the meantime, Community Board 4’s Representative on the CAC, Brett Firfer, has asked DOT a presentation of their findings to date.
Join “Our Own” Anna Levin, in a preseentation and discussion of this monumental project. The Politics of Developement Wednesday, November 17, 2010 – 6:00 pm Theresa Land Community & Students Center, Arnold Hall, 55 West 13th Street (btwn 5th &… Read more “Moynihan Station and the Complexity of Major Public Projects”
Cross-Hudson Bus Service a Worthy Landing Spot for ARC Funding | Mobilizing the Region. According to Tri-state Transportation, Whether ARC is built or not, trans-Hudson commuting into and out of Manhattan is expected to increase by 25 percent by 2030,… Read more “ARC Funding needs to be allocated to building a bus garage”
Residents strongly expressed their preference for a configuration that allows a loading lane at curb sid as illustrated byt he DOT . They suggested loading permits issued by the building for extended deliveries (moving), parking policies (no restrictions in the… Read more “34th Street transitway – ” Block by Block” consultation shows progress”