Events

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Calendar

July 31, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm. Public Workshop: Harlem River Bridges Access Plan (Bronx, South of Macombs Dam Bridge).
   http://www.streetsblog.org/2015/08/16/public-workshop-harlem-river-bridges-access-plan-bronx-south-of-macombs-dam-bridge/ — Join DOT for the second round of workshops in a planning process to improve pedestrian and connections to and across the Harlem River Bridges. This meeting will discuss the area south of Macombs Dam Bridge. Topics include: -Enhanced access to Harlem River Bridges -New bicycle routes -Long-term planning -Safer pedestrian crossings The end result of this effort will be the Harlem River Bridges Access Plan report, which will describe community preferences for improving neighborhood access to parks, schools, and commercial areas on both sides of the river, and will be used to guide future investment and seek additional funding for short- and long-term transportation enhancement projects.

Wilson Major Morris Comm Center, 459 West 152nd Street, New York, NY 10031, United States.


August 3, 1:00 pm-3:00 pm. Hopework Presentation (DD).
  

Hopeworks In Camden, 543 State St, Camden, NJ 08102, USA.


August 3, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm. Public Workshop: Harlem River Bridges Access Plan (Bronx, South of Macombs Dam Bridge).
   http://www.streetsblog.org/2015/08/16/public-workshop-harlem-river-bridges-access-plan-bronx-south-of-macombs-dam-bridge/ — Join DOT for the second round of workshops in a planning process to improve pedestrian and connections to and across the Harlem River Bridges. This meeting will discuss the area south of Macombs Dam Bridge. Topics include: -Enhanced access to Harlem River Bridges -New bicycle routes -Long-term planning -Safer pedestrian crossings The end result of this effort will be the Harlem River Bridges Access Plan report, which will describe community preferences for improving neighborhood access to parks, schools, and commercial areas on both sides of the river, and will be used to guide future investment and seek additional funding for short- and long-term transportation enhancement projects.

Wilson Major Morris Comm Center, 459 West 152nd Street, New York, NY 10031, United States.


August 7, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm. Public Workshop: Harlem River Bridges Access Plan (Bronx, South of Macombs Dam Bridge).
   http://www.streetsblog.org/2015/08/16/public-workshop-harlem-river-bridges-access-plan-bronx-south-of-macombs-dam-bridge/ — Join DOT for the second round of workshops in a planning process to improve pedestrian and connections to and across the Harlem River Bridges. This meeting will discuss the area south of Macombs Dam Bridge. Topics include: -Enhanced access to Harlem River Bridges -New bicycle routes -Long-term planning -Safer pedestrian crossings The end result of this effort will be the Harlem River Bridges Access Plan report, which will describe community preferences for improving neighborhood access to parks, schools, and commercial areas on both sides of the river, and will be used to guide future investment and seek additional funding for short- and long-term transportation enhancement projects.

Wilson Major Morris Comm Center, 459 West 152nd Street, New York, NY 10031, United States.


August 10, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm. Public Workshop: Harlem River Bridges Access Plan (Bronx, South of Macombs Dam Bridge).
   http://www.streetsblog.org/2015/08/16/public-workshop-harlem-river-bridges-access-plan-bronx-south-of-macombs-dam-bridge/ — Join DOT for the second round of workshops in a planning process to improve pedestrian and connections to and across the Harlem River Bridges. This meeting will discuss the area south of Macombs Dam Bridge. Topics include: -Enhanced access to Harlem River Bridges -New bicycle routes -Long-term planning -Safer pedestrian crossings The end result of this effort will be the Harlem River Bridges Access Plan report, which will describe community preferences for improving neighborhood access to parks, schools, and commercial areas on both sides of the river, and will be used to guide future investment and seek additional funding for short- and long-term transportation enhancement projects.

Wilson Major Morris Comm Center, 459 West 152nd Street, New York, NY 10031, United States.


August 14, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm. Public Workshop: Harlem River Bridges Access Plan (Bronx, South of Macombs Dam Bridge).
   http://www.streetsblog.org/2015/08/16/public-workshop-harlem-river-bridges-access-plan-bronx-south-of-macombs-dam-bridge/ — Join DOT for the second round of workshops in a planning process to improve pedestrian and connections to and across the Harlem River Bridges. This meeting will discuss the area south of Macombs Dam Bridge. Topics include: -Enhanced access to Harlem River Bridges -New bicycle routes -Long-term planning -Safer pedestrian crossings The end result of this effort will be the Harlem River Bridges Access Plan report, which will describe community preferences for improving neighborhood access to parks, schools, and commercial areas on both sides of the river, and will be used to guide future investment and seek additional funding for short- and long-term transportation enhancement projects.

Wilson Major Morris Comm Center, 459 West 152nd Street, New York, NY 10031, United States.


August 21, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm. Public Workshop: Harlem River Bridges Access Plan (Bronx, South of Macombs Dam Bridge).
   http://www.streetsblog.org/2015/08/16/public-workshop-harlem-river-bridges-access-plan-bronx-south-of-macombs-dam-bridge/ — Join DOT for the second round of workshops in a planning process to improve pedestrian and connections to and across the Harlem River Bridges. This meeting will discuss the area south of Macombs Dam Bridge. Topics include: -Enhanced access to Harlem River Bridges -New bicycle routes -Long-term planning -Safer pedestrian crossings The end result of this effort will be the Harlem River Bridges Access Plan report, which will describe community preferences for improving neighborhood access to parks, schools, and commercial areas on both sides of the river, and will be used to guide future investment and seek additional funding for short- and long-term transportation enhancement projects.

Wilson Major Morris Comm Center, 459 West 152nd Street, New York, NY 10031, United States.


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