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# Monday, March 9, 2015
Join us for the Second Vision Zero for Cities Symposium in New York City from January 14-16, 2016! 2014 was a historic year for Vision Zero in cities across the country, wrapping up with Transportation Alternatives’ inaugural Vision Zero for Cities Symposium. On Friday, November 14th, 2014 more than 300 urban leaders, policy-makers and authorities in traffic enforcement, engineering and...
# Thursday, March 5, 2015
An important part of New York City's Right of Way law has been clarified by Council Member Mark Weprin. During a City Council Transportation Hearing on March 5th, Weprin made it clear that the so-called "safe harbor" provision of the Right of Way law does not provide a blanket exemption from liability to government workers or bus drivers. Misrepresentations of the law have circulated, with some...
# Tuesday, March 3, 2015
“This Week” focuses mainly on events at which livable-streets advocates are needed, including Community Board meetings, NYPD Precinct Community Council meetings and public hearings. To get links to the many other events of interest to our membership, scroll to the bottom of this message. To add or correct advocacy events, or to provide a summary of any meetings you attend, just reply to this post...
# Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Author: Twahira, Coalition Coordinator, TA Bronx Activist Committee As much as we’re about facilitating safe and accessible streets for cyclists and pedestrians, we’re also about keeping you informed on what else is going on in the neighborhoods where you live and work. To help you stay connected with the happenings in your community, here are some upcoming events and activities in the Bronx and...
# Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Author: Will Farrell Community Board 7 Full Board Meeting Tuesday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m. Fordham University 113 West 60th Street The pedestrian and cyclist improvements to the Lincoln Square Bow-Tie, proposed by the NYC DOT, faces one more hurdle before they can formally begin work to actualize this project. The resolution passed at the Transportation Committee earlier this month will be...
# Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Author: Will Farrell Community Board 7 Full Board Meeting Tuesday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m. Fordham University 113 West 60th Street The pedestrian and cyclist improvements to the Lincoln Square Bow-Tie, proposed by the NYC DOT, faces one more hurdle before they can formally begin work to actualize this project. The resolution passed at the Transportation Committee earlier this month will be...