State of New York City’s Streets

New York City has seen its streets transformed in 2020. From a surge in bicycling, to streets filled with restaurant seating, to near record high private car registrations, this year brought a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Leaders from across the city will discuss how our streets look today, and what lies ahead.

Featuring: Marco Conner DiAquoi, Deputy Director, Transportation Alternatives

Betsy Plum, Executive Director, Rider’s Alliance

Andrew Rigie, Executive Director, NYC Hospitality Alliance

Shabazz Stuart, Founder, Oonee Pod

Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Time: 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time

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Comments

  1. And related to this, yesterday’s NY Times published an excellent piece on how working class folks and front-line workers in Greater New York are still relying on mass public transit (esp. in outer boroughs) , and yet very little attention is being paid by the public, policy makers and transit funders (i.e. higher levels of gov’t) to this fact.

    Here is a link to the piece published yesterday: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/02/nyregion/subway-ridership-mta.html

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