Downtown Brooklyn Traffic Calming

Downtown Brooklyn Traffic Calming Project: Final Report, May 2003

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Yo, Bloomberg: It's time to solve the Brooklyn transit problem

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Brooklyn may be booming, but what good is it if the streets in the borough's core are clogged, pedestrians are stymied, and the landscape unwelcoming? And why are we so far behind European cities, and even New Jersey? It's time, said participants at a forum last night on "Traffic and Transportation in Brownstone Brooklyn," to pressure public officials and city agencies to think more broadly.</p><p>"Today we look at traffic like it's the weather&mdash;a force of nature," observed Aaron Naparstek, the moderator and organizer of the forum.

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