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September 1, 4:00 pm-9:00 pm. CTtransit Public Hearing on Proposed Fare Changes.
   The Connecticut Department of Transportation proposes to increase public transit fares for CTtransit local and express bus services, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit services, and New Haven Line and Shore Line East rail services, and to amend the tariffs for bus services to allow for the implementation of a new account-based smart card fare payment system (effective on or after December 1, 2016). Written comments on the proposed fare changes must be received by September 15, 2016 at COMMENT ON FARE CHANGES, Bureau of Public Transportation, 2800 Berlin Turnpike, P.O. Box 317546, Newington, CT 06131-7546 or dot.farecomments@ct.gov. These hearings are accessible to persons with disabilities. Hearing impaired individuals or persons speaking a language other than English, requiring an interpreter at the hearings may make arrangements by contacting the Department of Transportation at (860)594-2828 (VOICE ONLY) or (860)594-3090 (TTY) at least five working days prior to the hearing you wish to attend.

Town Hall, 302 Main St, Old Saybrook, CT 06475, USA.


September 1, 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.


September 4, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


September 5, 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.


September 7, 4:00 pm-7:00 pm. CTtransit Public Hearing on Proposed Fare Changes.
   The Connecticut Department of Transportation proposes to increase public transit fares for CTtransit local and express bus services, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit services, and New Haven Line and Shore Line East rail services, and to amend the tariffs for bus services to allow for the implementation of a new account-based smart card fare payment system (effective on or after December 1, 2016). Written comments on the proposed fare changes must be received by September 15, 2016 at COMMENT ON FARE CHANGES, Bureau of Public Transportation, 2800 Berlin Turnpike, P.O. Box 317546, Newington, CT 06131-7546 or dot.farecomments@ct.gov. These hearings are accessible to persons with disabilities. Hearing impaired individuals or persons speaking a language other than English, requiring an interpreter at the hearings may make arrangements by contacting the Department of Transportation at (860)594-2828 (VOICE ONLY) or (860)594-3090 (TTY) at least five working days prior to the hearing you wish to attend.

Hartford Public Library, 500 Main St, Hartford, CT 06103, USA.


September 8, 3:00 pm-7:00 pm. Suffolk County Transit Public Hearing.
   Suffolk County is proposing to eliminate 8 of the least used routes in the Suffolk County Transit bus system. Eliminating these routes will affect approximately 2% of daily ridership while saving million per year. In some cases there may be alternative bus routes for passengers and in some cases existing routes may be altered to cover key destinations on routes subject to elimination. Pending the outcome of the public hearings, route eliminations would begin on October 3rd, 2016. The County is proposing that the following routes be eliminated: 1B, 5A, 7D/E, 10A, 10D/E, S35, S71, S90 Interpreter services will be made available to deaf persons or non-English speakers, at no charge, upon written request submitted no later than 10 days prior to the scheduled public hearing. The written request must be sent to Garry Lenberger, Director of Transportation Operations, at the address noted below. Written testimony may be submitted both before and up to five (5) days following the hearing by mail to the address noted below and shall be added to the public record of this hearing.

Riverhead Legislative Auditorium, Evans K. Griffing Building, 300 Center Drive, Riverhead, NY.


September 8, 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.


September 9, 3:00 pm-7:00 pm. Suffolk County Transit Public Hearing.
   Suffolk County is proposing to eliminate 8 of the least used routes in the Suffolk County Transit bus system. Eliminating these routes will affect approximately 2% of daily ridership while saving million per year. In some cases there may be alternative bus routes for passengers and in some cases existing routes may be altered to cover key destinations on routes subject to elimination. Pending the outcome of the public hearings, route eliminations would begin on October 3rd, 2016. The County is proposing that the following routes be eliminated: 1B, 5A, 7D/E, 10A, 10D/E, S35, S71, S90 Interpreter services will be made available to deaf persons or non-English speakers, at no charge, upon written request submitted no later than 10 days prior to the scheduled public hearing. The written request must be sent to Garry Lenberger, Director of Transportation Operations, at the address noted below. Written testimony may be submitted both before and up to five (5) days following the hearing by mail to the address noted below and shall be added to the public record of this hearing.

Hauppauge Legislative Auditorium, WH Rogers Legislature Building, 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Smithtown, NY.


September 11, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


September 12, 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.


September 13, 11:00 am-2:00 pm. CTtransit Public Hearing on Fare Changes.
   The Connecticut Department of Transportation proposes to increase public transit fares for CTtransit local and express bus services, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit services, and New Haven Line and Shore Line East rail services, and to amend the tariffs for bus services to allow for the implementation of a new account-based smart card fare payment system (effective on or after December 1, 2016). Written comments on the proposed fare changes must be received by September 15, 2016 at COMMENT ON FARE CHANGES, Bureau of Public Transportation, 2800 Berlin Turnpike, P.O. Box 317546, Newington, CT 06131-7546 or dot.farecomments@ct.gov. These hearings are accessible to persons with disabilities. Hearing impaired individuals or persons speaking a language other than English, requiring an interpreter at the hearings may make arrangements by contacting the Department of Transportation at (860)594-2828 (VOICE ONLY) or (860)594-3090 (TTY) at least five working days prior to the hearing you wish to attend.

Meriden City Hall, Council Chambers, 142 East Main Street, Meriden, CT.


September 13, 4:00 pm-7:00 pm. CTtransit Public Hearing on Fare Changes.
   The Connecticut Department of Transportation proposes to increase public transit fares for CTtransit local and express bus services, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit services, and New Haven Line and Shore Line East rail services, and to amend the tariffs for bus services to allow for the implementation of a new account-based smart card fare payment system (effective on or after December 1, 2016). Written comments on the proposed fare changes must be received by September 15, 2016 at COMMENT ON FARE CHANGES, Bureau of Public Transportation, 2800 Berlin Turnpike, P.O. Box 317546, Newington, CT 06131-7546 or dot.farecomments@ct.gov. These hearings are accessible to persons with disabilities. Hearing impaired individuals or persons speaking a language other than English, requiring an interpreter at the hearings may make arrangements by contacting the Department of Transportation at (860)594-2828 (VOICE ONLY) or (860)594-3090 (TTY) at least five working days prior to the hearing you wish to attend.

Silas Bronson Library, 267 Grand St, Waterbury, CT 06702, USA.


September 14, 4:00 pm-9:00 pm. CTtransit Public Hearing on Fare Changes.
   The Connecticut Department of Transportation proposes to increase public transit fares for CTtransit local and express bus services, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit services, and New Haven Line and Shore Line East rail services, and to amend the tariffs for bus services to allow for the implementation of a new account-based smart card fare payment system (effective on or after December 1, 2016). Written comments on the proposed fare changes must be received by September 15, 2016 at COMMENT ON FARE CHANGES, Bureau of Public Transportation, 2800 Berlin Turnpike, P.O. Box 317546, Newington, CT 06131-7546 or dot.farecomments@ct.gov. These hearings are accessible to persons with disabilities. Hearing impaired individuals or persons speaking a language other than English, requiring an interpreter at the hearings may make arrangements by contacting the Department of Transportation at (860)594-2828 (VOICE ONLY) or (860)594-3090 (TTY) at least five working days prior to the hearing you wish to attend.

University of Connecticut, Stamford Campus Auditorium, One University Place, Stamford, CT.


September 15, 4:00 pm-9:00 pm. CTtransit Public Hearing on Fare Changes.
   The Connecticut Department of Transportation proposes to increase public transit fares for CTtransit local and express bus services, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit services, and New Haven Line and Shore Line East rail services, and to amend the tariffs for bus services to allow for the implementation of a new account-based smart card fare payment system (effective on or after December 1, 2016). Written comments on the proposed fare changes must be received by September 15, 2016 at COMMENT ON FARE CHANGES, Bureau of Public Transportation, 2800 Berlin Turnpike, P.O. Box 317546, Newington, CT 06131-7546 or dot.farecomments@ct.gov. These hearings are accessible to persons with disabilities. Hearing impaired individuals or persons speaking a language other than English, requiring an interpreter at the hearings may make arrangements by contacting the Department of Transportation at (860)594-2828 (VOICE ONLY) or (860)594-3090 (TTY) at least five working days prior to the hearing you wish to attend.

New Haven Hall of Records, Room G2, 200 Orange Street, New Haven, CT.


September 15, 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.


September 18, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


September 19, 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.


September 22, 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.


September 25, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


September 26, 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.


September 29, 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.


October 2, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


October 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.


October 6, 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.


October 9, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


October 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.


October 13, 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.


October 16, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


October 17, 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.


October 20, 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.


October 23, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


October 24, 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.


October 27, 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.


October 30, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


October 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.


November 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.


November 6, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


November 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.


November 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.


November 13, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm. Boogie on the Boulevard.
  

The Grand Concourse between 161st and 167th Streets.


November 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.


November 17, 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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