4th Avenue Safety Visioning Workshop (Bay Ridge)

Please join NYC DOT and Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and the 4th Avenue Task Force for a 4th Avenue Safety Visioning Workshop in Bay Ridge. On WEDNESDAY November 14th, 2012 we will discuss the future of 4th Avenue between 65th Street and Shore Road at this public workshop.

Goals:

+ Identifying street safety concerns

+ Discussing street design solutions

+ Creating safer crossings

+ Improving safety for all road users

Location: P.S. 264, Bay Ridge Elementary School for the Arts, cafeteria (downstairs), 371 89th Street at 4th Avenue, Brooklyn

The format will be in small groups around tables in the Bay Ridge Elementary School for the Arts cafeteria, where we’ll discuss issues pedestrians, drivers, and others experience along 4th Avenue, and ideas to improve the avenue. Translators who speak Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Arabic will be available for people who aren’t comfortable speaking in English.

Contact: 4thAvenue@dot.nyc.gov

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