Tuesday, March 7, 2017, 6pm – 8pm
Brooklyn Law School, Feil Hall 22nd Floor
205 State Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
New York City is planning its first streetcar for a 16-mile route along the Brooklyn and Queens waterfront. As it embarks on this project, what does New York have to learn from other cities, both nationally and internationally? How have streetcars help addressed urban transportation challenges?
Please join RPA for this special program with experts from Portland, San Francisco, Budapest, and New York.
Keynote remarks by Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR).
Featuring New York City Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, David Vitezy, Former CEO of the Centre for Budapest Transport, Alicia John-Baptiste, Deputy Director, SPUR, and Rick Gustafson, Executive Vice President, Shiels, Obletz, Johnson and former COO and Executive Director for Portland Streetcar, Inc.
Space is limited. Please RSVP to Vanessa Barrios, email@example.com.
The workshops will take place from 6pm to 8 p.m. on the following dates:
February 9, 2017: Eastside of Manhattan
Town and Village Synagogue
334 East 14th Street, New York
February 16, 2017: Williamsburg
The Williamsburg HS for Architecture & Design
257 North 6th Street, Brooklyn
February 23: Westside of Manhattan
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church
328 West 14th Street, New York
March 2, 2017: East Williamsburg/Bushwick
Progress High School
850 Grand Street, Brooklyn
In 2019, the MTA will conduct a planned 18-month shutdown of L Train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan. However, no concrete plans have been outlined by the agency or City to mitigate the shutdown’s impact. A coalition of local civic organizations, business alliances and transportation advocacy organizations has prepared a draft proposal of potential mitigation efforts. Join us at a forum to learn about the proposal and offer feedback.
Please RSVP to Vanessa Barrio at VBarrios@RPA.org // Space is limited.
Tuesday November 15th | 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Automotive High School | FB Event and more details here
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We wanted to make sure you knew about an upcoming event to discuss the 14th Street People Way in Manhattan. This as an opportunity for community members to come together and share their ideas and connect with groups working on this issue. Here are the details:
Date: Monday September 26th
Place: Town and Village Synagogue
Address: 334 E 14th Street (between First and Second Avenues), Manhattan
Transportation Alternatives is co-hosting the workshop with Stuytown Peter Cooper Village Tenants Association, Town and Village Synagogue, Gray Panthers NYC, Fourth Arts Block, CHEKPEDS, Riders Alliance, the Van Alan Institute and the Gehl Institute.
Community Board #1 Transportation Committee Public Forum
Date: Thursday June 9, 2016
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Swinging 60’s Senior Center
211 Ainslie Street Brooklyn, NY 11211 (Corner of Manhattan Avenue)