walking and public transit.
Elected officials, NYC transportation advocacy groups, and Hell's Kitchen residents are condemning the decision by the Appellate Division of the New York State Court to lift the stay of appeal from the State Supreme Court order of early June. This ruling effectively allows New York Apple Tours back on the streets as early as the July 4th weekend, and seemingly ignores the fact that NY Apple has violated almost every conceivable city, state, and federal law.
Focus Should Be on Improving Walking Conditions in NYC
In his weekly call-in radio show on Thursday night, Mayor Giuliani announced that the City would begin another crackdown on jaywalkers in NYC. In 1998, a similar crackdown initiated by the Mayor was universally disparaged, and resulted in less than 100 arrests.
Neel Scott, campaign coordinator for Transportation Alternatives stated:
Transportation Alternatives (T.A.), NYC's 5000-member advocates for environmentally sensitive transportation, today applauded Councilmembers Fisher and Rodriguez's City Council-funded initiative to study the feasibility of replacing the elevated Gowanus Expressway with a tunnel, as well as their overall support for the proposed Gowanus tunnel.
Bronx Borough Borough President Fernando Ferrer to lead students and parents in a "walking school bus" to celebrate National Walk to School Day
When: Wednesday, October 4th, 2000 7:30 am
Where: The "walking bus" will leave from the corner of E. 229th St and Baychester Av. and travel to school from there, picking children up along the route.
What: A "Walking School Bus" is a group of children, lead by volunteer parents, who walk together along a set route to school, picking up more children who live along the route.
Cycling Goodwill Ambassadors Remind Motorists and Other Cyclists to "Give Respect and Get Respect"
Event Begins @ 6:00 PM on
Thursday, August 24, 2000
Sunday September 10, 2000; A fun bicycle ride for everyone!
Park, Lenox Ave. and 110th St.
Post Signs To Relieve Dangerous Chaos on Brooklyn Bridge Promenade
When: Wednesday, October 11 @
Transportation Alternatives (T.A.), NYC's advocates for bicycling, walking and environmentally sensible transportation, appointed Clarence Eckerson as the new chairman of its Brooklyn chapter today.
Department of Transportation
Cyclists use traffic cones to keep cars out of the bicycle lane and educate cyclists to stay off the sidewalk
When: @ 6:00 PM on Thurs.,
November 9, 2000