November 27, 2001
April 17, 2002
June 13, 2003
and Corresponding New York City Department of Transportation Rules
December 9, 2003
Testimony of Noah Budnick, Projects Director, Transportation Alternatives
March 30, 2004
Testimony of Transportation Alternatives New York City Council, Transportation Committee
June 11, 2004
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Contending that a real estate development firm submitted a flawed feasibility study for a special zoning permit, which failed to take into account the safety of 1000's of pedestrians in a busy West Side neighborhood, civic groups are going to battle at the March 5th meeting of Manhattan's Community Board 7.
Volunteers Make a Concrete Difference
Cyclists will meet on the
Manhattan side of the Manhattan Bridge,
On Sunday morning, cyclists seeking to rid lower Manhattan of street hazards will gather with their bikes, clipboards and cans of spray paint to scour a section of Chinatown, Little Italy and Two Bridges that are bicycle thoroughfares to the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges. Along the way, they'll map sunken manhole covers, broken sewer gratings, uneven pavement and jagged construction plates, and they'll send their findings to the Department of Transportation.
Mayor: Extend Traffic Plan to Provide Year-Round Relief
Today, the Mayor released a traffic plan that calls for creating pedestrian malls, distributing free MetroCards to delegates, and encouraging visitors to walk to Madison Square Garden for the Republican National Convention.