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Past Events

Park Slope Open House

Park Slope Tuesday April 9th, 2013 6:30 PM8:30 PM

You are invited to view new design concepts for Fourth Avenue between Pacific Street and 15th Street and provide feedback. This open house follows a public workshop in February where community members discussed the future of Fourth Avenue. Location: St Thomas Aquinas Church, Parish Hall (downstairs), 249 9th Street (enter on 4th Avenue), Brooklyn.

Bay Ridge Open House

Bay Ridge Thursday March 21st, 2013 6:30 PM8:30 PM

You are invited to view new design concepts for Fourth Avenue between 65th Street and Shore Road and provide feedback. This open house follows a public workshop in January where community members discussed the future of Fourth Avenue. Location: PS 256 Cafeteria, 371 89th Avenue (at 4th Avenue), Brooklyn.

4th Avenue/Park Slope Safety Visioning Workshop

Park Slope Tuesday February 12th, 2013 7:00 PM9:00 PM

Discuss the future of 4th Avenue between Pacific and 15th Streets at a public workshop.

Goals:
+ Identifying street safety concerns
+ Discussing street design solutions
+ Creating safer crossings
+ Improving safety for all road users

St Thomas Aquinas Church, Parish Hall (downstairs)
249 9th Street (enter on 4th Avenue), Brooklyn

The format will be in small groups around tables in the Parish Hall, where we’ll discuss issues pedestrians, drivers, and others experience along 4th Avenue, and ideas to improve the avenue.

Translators who speak Spanish will be available for people who aren’t comfortable speaking in English.

Contact: 4thAvenue@dot.nyc.gov

4th Avenue/Bay Ridge Safety Visioning Workshop

Bay Ridge Thursday January 24th, 2013 7:00 PM9:00 PM

Discuss the future of 4th Avenue between 65th St and Shore Road at a public workshop.

Goals:
+ Identifying street safety concerns
+ Discussing street design solutions
+ Creating safer crossings
+ Improving safety for all road users

PS 256 Cafeteria
371 89th Avenue (at 4th Avenue), Brooklyn

The format will be in small groups around tables in the PS 256 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

 

 

CB7 Sunset Park Full Board vote

Sunset Park Wednesday May 16th, 2012 6:30 PM8:30 PM

Brooklyn Community Board 7 is scheduling a vote on the 4th Avenue Sunset Park proposals for 15th to 65th Streets presented to the CB7 4th Avenue Working Group on April 30th and further discussed at a CB7 public hearing on May 14th.

Community Board 10 Traffic & Transportation Committee

Tuesday May 15th, 2012 7:00 PM9:00 PM

DOT will describe the outreach process that will be used for the Bay Ridge section of 4th Avenue (65th Street to Shore Rd) beginning in Fall 2012.

Location: CB 10, 8119 5th Avenue, Brooklyn

CB7 Public Hearing

Monday May 14th, 2012 6:30 PM8:30 PM

DOT will present proposals to the community and Community Board 7′s Traffic and Transportation committee.

The meeting will be held at the Community Board 7 offices, 4201 Fourth Avenue.

Community Board 7 Public Presentation

Monday April 30th, 2012 7:00 PM

DOT will present proposals to the Community Board 7 Fourth Avenue Working Group.

The meeting will be held at the Community Board 7 offices, 4201 Fourth Avenue.

4th Avenue Open House

Tuesday March 27th, 2012

You are invited to view new design concepts for Fourth Avenue between 15th and 65th Streets and provide feedback.

This open house follows a public workshop in February where community members discussed the future of Fourth Avenue.

Location: Sunset Park High School, 153 35th Street, Brooklyn.

4th Avenue Safety Visioning Workshop

Thursday February 9th, 2012

Discuss the future of 4th Avenue between 15th and 65th Streets at a public workshop.

Goals:
+ Identifying street safety concerns
+ Discussing street design solutions
+ Creating safer crossings
+ Improving safety for all road users

Sunset Park High School Cafeteria
153 35th St (at 4th Avenue), Brooklyn

The format will be in small groups around tables in the Sunset Park High School 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

UPROSE Bus Tour

Monday January 30th, 2012

Community partner UPROSE organized a bus tour for neighbors to ride along Fourth Avenue and discuss areas of interest and concern.

Data Collection

DOT collected data about crashes, traffic speeds, travel times, and traffic and pedestrian volumes.

Fourth Avenue Task Force

Task Force launched and committees organized; meetings held; DOT staff invited to participate with Transportation Safety and Median Beautification committees.

Walk-Throughs

DOT participated in meetings and neighborhood walk-throughs with CB7 Transportation committee and Park Slope Civil Council.

Study Begins

New York Police Department’s 72nd Precinct requested a safety project along the Fourth Avenue corridor. Community Board 7 also approached DOT with requests for safety improvements along the avenue in Sunset Park.