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February 11, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


February 11, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm. White Plains Downtown Transit District Public Meeting.
   The City of White Plains is preparing an action plan for the Downtown White Plains Transit District. It is focused on redefining the area surrounding the White Plains Metro North and Bee-Line Stations and beyond into the downtown core. Join us to share your unique perspectives and ideas for a more active, sustainable, walkable, and better organized area at the Imagine Downtown White Plains Transit District’s Public Open House and Idea Sharing meeting hosted by Mayor Roach. There will be presentations about the project and opportunities for the public to share their ideas for the future of the Downtown White Plains Transit District. The Library is fully accessible.

White Plains Public Library, 2nd Floor, 100 Martine Avenue, White Plains, NY, United States.


February 12, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


February 13, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


February 13, 8:30 am-9:30 am. Buffalo Green Code Public Meeting: Masten District.
   This meeting will take place as part of the Masten District stakeholders breakfast meeting.

Delavan-Grider Community Center, 977 E. Delavan Ave.


February 14, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


February 15, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


February 18, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


February 19, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


February 19, 5:30 pm-8:00 pm. The Road from Paris: The Future of Climate Change Adaptation.
   The first in a series of public discussions on the outcomes of the Paris 2014 Climate Conference and the implications for grassroots organizations and frontline communities. Invited to attend and participate in the sessions will be leaders of communities struggling with environmental injustices, environmentalists, urban planners, design professionals, community activists, as well as national and international environmental organizations, and governmental representatives. For more information & to register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-road-from-paris-paris-debrief-plus-tickets-21120096778

Pratt Manhattan Campus, 114 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10011.


February 20, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


February 21, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


February 22, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


February 25, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


February 26, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


February 27, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


February 27, 8:00 am-5:00 pm. New Jersey Bike/Walk Summit 2016.
   http://www.njbwc.org/summit-2016/ — The NJBWC Summit is New Jersey’s statewide meeting of bicycle and pedestrian advocates, elected officials and other township leaders, transportation and urban planners, bike shop owners and managers, cycling, walking, fitness and health enthusiasts and experts, recreation, trails and club leaders and others who are interested in making our state a better place to live. NJBWC is pleased to offer you the opportunity to learn more about current state and federal legal and policy issues affecting your community, make you aware of various public funding sources, enable you to network, identify and develop mutually beneficial relationships that can help your community become more bike and pedestrian friendly and therefore, more livable. Speakers: Cory Booker, U.S. Senator (Invited) Barbara McCann, USDOT, Founder of the Complete Streets Movement Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert Alex Doty, Executive Director, League of American Bicyclists Essex County Freeholder Vice President Brendan Gill (Master of Ceremonies) Over 20 panel sessions and presentations planned. To register, go to: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/2016-new-jersey-bike-walk-summit-registration-16760289477.

Princeton University, Friend Center for Engineering Education, William & Olden Streets, Princeton, NJ 08544.


February 28, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


February 29, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


March 3, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


March 4, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


March 4, 5:30 pm-8:00 pm. The Road from Paris: The Future of Climate Change Adaption.
   The first in a series of public discussions on the outcomes of the Paris 2014 Climate Conference and the implications for grassroots organizations and frontline communities. Invited to attend and participate in the sessions will be leaders of communities struggling with environmental injustices, environmentalists, urban planners, design professionals, community activists, as well as national and international environmental organizations, and governmental representatives. For more information & to register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-road-from-paris-paris-debrief-plus-tickets-21120096778

Pratt Manhattan Campus, 144 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10011.


March 5, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


March 5, 9:00 am-10:00 am. NYU Rudin Center, Transit Center & MTA: Rethinking NYC Bus Planning for the 21st Century.
   http://wagner.nyu.edu/rudincenter/2016/01/save-the-date-bus-hackathon/ — Join us on March 5th to rethink NYC bus planning for the 21st century. Save the date for a TransitCenter and NYU Rudin Center hackathon in partnership with MTA NYC Transit. More information and registration coming soon.

295 Lafayette Street, NYU Rudin Center for Transportation, 2nd Floor, New York, NY, United States.


March 6, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


March 7, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


March 10, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


March 11, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


March 12, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


March 13, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


March 14, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


March 17, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


March 18, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


March 19, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


March 20, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


March 21, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


March 24, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


March 25, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


March 26, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


March 27, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


March 28, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


March 31, 7:30 am-11:00 am. Vision Long Island: 2016 Complete Streets Summit.
   To register: https://fs10.formsite.com/VisionLongIsland/form5/index.html

Sustainability Institute, Molloy College, 7180 Republic Airport, East Farmingdale, New York 11735.


March 31, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


April 1, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


April 1, 4:30 pm-7:00 pm. The Road from Paris: The Future of Climate Change Adaption.
   The first in a series of public discussions on the outcomes of the Paris 2014 Climate Conference and the implications for grassroots organizations and frontline communities. Invited to attend and participate in the sessions will be leaders of communities struggling with environmental injustices, environmentalists, urban planners, design professionals, community activists, as well as national and international environmental organizations, and governmental representatives. For more information & to register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-road-from-paris-paris-debrief-plus-tickets-21120096778

Pratt Manhattan Campus, 144 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10011.


April 2, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


April 3, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


April 4, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


April 7, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


April 8, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


April 9, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


April 10, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


April 11, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


April 14, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


April 15, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


April 15, 4:30 pm-7:00 pm. The Road from Paris: The Future of Climate Change Adaptation.
   The first in a series of public discussions on the outcomes of the Paris 2014 Climate Conference and the implications for grassroots organizations and frontline communities. Invited to attend and participate in the sessions will be leaders of communities struggling with environmental injustices, environmentalists, urban planners, design professionals, community activists, as well as national and international environmental organizations, and governmental representatives. For more information & to register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-road-from-paris-paris-debrief-plus-tickets-21120096778

Pratt Manhattan Campus, 144 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10011.


April 16, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


April 17, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


April 18, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


April 21, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


April 22, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


April 23, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


April 24, 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


April 25, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


April 28, 5:30 pm-7:30 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.


April 29, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. North Slope Weekend Walks.
   http://explorebk.com/event/north-slope-weekend-walks/2014-08-22/ — “Weekend Walks returns to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID on August 15th and 22nd between Sterling and Dean Streets (adjacent to the Barclays Center). Romeo and Juliet will be performed again in this stretch of the Avenue on the 15th at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID”

Fifth Avenue between Sterling Place and Dean Street.


April 30, 6:00 am-12:00 pm. Summer Streets.
   http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/summerstreets/html/route/route.shtml “With nearly 7 miles of open streets, 5 rest stops and a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel – there is plenty to explore at Summer Streets. And remember, everything at Summer Streets is free!”

see NYC DOT map for route.


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