155th Street Ped Safety Fixes Clear Three Harlem Community Board Votes

The plan will add four curb extensions and one pedestrian island to the Manhattan side of the 155th Street Bridge. Image: DOT [PDF[

The Manhattan side of the 155th Street Bridge is a complex intersection where pedestrians are too often forgotten within a swirl of turning vehicles and impatient drivers. Continue Reading →

Honoring Patrolman Cardillo: Harlem Community Board Not Blocking Street Sign

mosque 7 case in harlemHenrietta Lyle, the chairperson of Community Board 10 in central Harlem, called PIX 11 Investigates Tuesday evening to tell them that CB 10 board “has never opposed” a public honor for slain Patrolman Phillip Cardillo.   Continue Reading →

CB 10 Chair Urges Support For Morningside Ave. Road Diet

morningside traffic proposalStreetblog reports that after nine months of foot-dragging, CB 10 is on track to support a traffic calming plan requested by community residents. Image: DOT Continue Reading →

CB #10 Meeting on Transportation

community board banner_1Wednesday: The Manhattan Community Board 10 transportation committee will continue discussion of traffic calming on Morningside Avenue and Mount Morris Park West, as well as the impact of M60 Select Bus Service on the elderly and disabled. 6:30 p.m. Continue Reading →

CB 11 Plans To Fixes At Park Ave, Triboro Bridge Ramps

before_after_park_avePoor visibility leaves pedestrians at risk on Park Avenue in East Harlem. Curb extension have already been installed at 104th Street, right. Photos: DOT Continue Reading →

Harlem Business Owners Stand Against Proposed Bike Lane

There is already a bike lane on First Avenue in East Harlem, but except for the occasional delivery person, it’s mostly empty or home to illegally parked cars. Continue Reading →