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Queens Greenway
Let's connect Eastern Queens Parks. We need a family safe route from Flushing Meadows-Corona to Alley Pond & Joe Michaels.
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Mitchell Silver May 26
Had an amazing canoe ride down the for the 19th Annual Flotilla. 5 miles of an unforgettable journey down a restored and only fresh water river in .
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FixQueensBlvd May 24
We are elated that implementing Phase 4 of through is a mayoral priority. Although there are no plans at the moment, we hope will continue the redesign through , , & . All communities deserve a .
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Laura Shepard May 24
Replying to @NYC_DOT
On the north side of at 75th Avenue and 112th Street, will dedicate more road space to pedestrians, which will shorten the crossing distances and make it easier to cross the wide and confusing intersection.
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Barry Grodenchik May 24
There cannot be true fairness in if a large % of NYers cannot access the . Now is the time for to step up to the plate and knock it out of the park for basic transit equity.
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Laura Shepard May 24
Replying to @NYC_DOT
Without the contraflow lane, I couldn't follow 's proposed route (red line) so I, (yellow line) had to make a right onto 80th Road, a left onto & proceed straight across through a hairy intersection, where a lot of drivers turn right & speed.
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Laura Shepard May 24
Replying to @NYC_DOT
. plans to install a contra-flow lane to connect Kew Gardens Road to . (Where the red SUV is, in this photo!)
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David J Meyer May 23
BIG news from Queens Blvd: is not asking for a vote on protected & rest of safety overhaul. Project will go in regardless because it is a "mayoral priority."
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David J Meyer May 23
Replying to @dahvnyc
Didn't get the exact quotes down, but the DM & transpo chair told me afterwards that since they know the project is happening, they're not interested in "fighting" but rather making it work. This should be how every bike lane project works.
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DHFixAtlantic May 23
Replying to @MaxSholl @NYC_DOT and 3 others
Some exciting news for a good bike network in (finally!) and make upcoming protected lanes on Atlantic an integral part of the infrastructure — will this be coming before Brooklyn CB5 soon?
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🚲Peter W Beadle🚲 May 23
89% of shoppers arrived by foot or transit! The narrative that no parking spaces can be deleted without killing businesses just isn't supported by the data.
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🚲Peter W Beadle🚲 May 23
Wow, a 127% increase in bike riding in after less than 1 year of the new PBL. This design is working. Thank you .
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dave 'paco' abraham May 23
Credit where it’s due. Thx for catching this bogus medallion & blatant on 41st today. Even if this “placard” were legit, it expired 4 months ago.
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Maximillian May 23
The drivers' cars that block the unprotected & unsafe bike lanes on 43 Av & have an average of 20.7 tickets per vehicle. Are these really the folk who's privilege we're trying to maintain, & ? Please implement 's plan
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It's In Queens May 22
Sculpting Holograms on May 26. Celebrate the International Day of Light by creating a sculpture + capturing it as a hologram in 3D with laser light.
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Jason Scott May 22
You know things are getting serious when a fire station has this sign out front indicating that there's no wink-wink for ANYONE
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chris - sᴉɹɥɔ 14 Jan 17
A surprisingly popular chart, now updated for 2015 What do drivers hit with their cars?
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Shane O'Connor May 23
New truck safety enhancements could mean fewer pedestrian, cyclist deaths | PhillyVoice
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Parking Review May 22
Disabled and low income households most at risk from motor vehicles, says report by
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NHTSA May 22
Click It or Ticket isn’t about citations; it’s about saving lives. In 2016, there were 10,428 unbuckled passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in the United States.
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NYC Parks May 22
This time of year, you're likely to see baby animals making their first steps around parks. But even if you think they might be lost or hurt, please help keep them wild by keeping a safe distance. Don't worry, their parents are likely nearby. If you see a hurt animal, call 311.
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