Sunset Park: Safety Results, Future capital projects

Last night, May 20, 2014, NYCDOT presented the safety results based on one year of after data for the Sunset Park section of 4th Ave (15th to 65th Sts) which was implemented in late 2012. Highlights from the after data include a 29% reduction in pedestrian injuries, a 13% reduction in all crashes, an 8% […]

Park Slope Open House recap

Thank you to everyone who was able to make it out to DOT’s Open House last night. Almost forty community members stopped by to view boards explaining the history of the project and give input on proposed designs for Fourth Avenue in Park Slope. The thoughtful comments and feedback DOT received—both last night and ongoing on the […]

Bay Ridge Open House recap

Thank you to everyone who was able to make it out to DOT’s Open House last night. Over thirty community members stopped by to view boards explaining the history of the project and give input on proposed designs for Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge. The thoughtful comments and feedback DOT received—both last night and ongoing […]

Speeding on 4th Avenue

After attending the Bay Ridge community workshop, a reporter from The Brooklyn Paper took a radar gun to clock how fast cars are traveling on Fourth Avenue. Taking measurements throughout the day, there were cars found traveling as fast as 68 miles per hour on the road with a 30 mph speed limit. Article: The Bay […]