Unveiling the PX Forward study, which looked at ways to improve neighborhoods affected by the Prospect Expressway (Erica Sherman/Brooklyn BP’s Office)The Prospect Expressway cuts through South Slope, Windsor Terrace, and Greenwood Heights, into Kensington, carving up the communities and impeding connectivity, a reminder of the ambitious and
> Horrible accident on Prospect Expressway under Seeley St. Car completely flipped over — around 12:30am Tuesday night #windsorterrace [https://instagram.com/p/79dsqgkFjU/] A photo posted by Windsor and Terrace (@terracewindsor) on Sep 22, 2015 at 9:52pm PDT A scary scene overnight on the Prospect Expressway, just under the
A sunset like that can even make the Prospect Expressway look good! Thanks for sharing, randyneale [http://instagram.com/p/pxMfSkoEEf/]. Take a photo in the neighborhood lately? Share it with us! Add it to our Flickr [http://www.flickr.com/groups/southslope] group, tag it #southslope on Instagram, or
A new report [http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/2011-nyc-top-20-pedestrian-crash-locations.pdf] from the New York City Department of Transportation [http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/home/home.shtml] lists the crossing of Church Avenue and Ocean Parkway as one of the 20 worst intersections for pedestrians throughout
Could HOV lanes ease traffic on the Prospect Expressway? District 44′s Councilmember David Greenfield [http://council.nyc.gov/d44/html/members/home.shtml] thinks so, which is why he’s asked New York State Department of Transportation Commissioner Joan McDonald to investigate the possibility of installing high occupancy vehicle
Two months after 73-year-old Patricia Ngozi Agbim [/neighbors/remembering-patricia-ngozi-agbim] was killed while crossing Ocean Parkway/Prospect Expressway at Church Avenue [/crime/pedestrian-struck-on-ocean-parkway-at-church-ave], the New York State Department of Transportation, in coordination with the New York City Department of Transportation, has finalized plans for safety improvements at the intersection. These include:
Yesterday, Councilmember Brad Lander [http://bradlander.com/], Kensington residents, and transportation safety advocates delivered the ‘Our neighborhood is not a highway’ petition [/blog/transportation/residents-join-lander-to-demand-improvements-to-prospect-expresswaychurch-ave-intersection] , which calls on the New York State Department of Transportation to sign off on a safety plan to address the dangerous Church Avenue and Ocean
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