PWBNYC

This redesign - which is so much more than just a bike lane - has not destroyed businesses anywhere along the 5.5 miles where it has already been installed. I'm sympathetic to people being concerned about change, but there is absolutely zero reason to believe that the fear being expressed…

The complainers: "The roads are congested." "The air is dirty." "I can't get there without it taking forever" ""

City:; "Ok we hear you, we are going to improve bus and mass transit, and provide safe infrastructure so some people get out of their cars and use bikes and buses. This w…

Just to be clear, though I am a member of CB6, the views I express are mine, I do not speak for the Board. - Peter Beadle

Its not lack of parking. Think through what's being said: "nobody shops there anymore, you can't find any parking." So who is parking there if no one goes shopping? There is parking on both sides of the Blvd and a quick glance at an aerial view on Google Maps shows a number of sub…

Just a couple points. First to clarify, I am no longer the co-chair of Transportation Alternatives, though I am an active member. I am also a member of CB6, though my opinions are my own and not the Board's.

With that said, it is disappointing to see it reported that the plan "was…

As happens all too often the default assumption is that everyone will travel here by car. The site is walking distance to a subway and bus lines, not to mention the local residents it would attract who could walk there. Users of this clinic won't be coming from far away. These clinics are in…

In my last comment I had meant to append my full name. -- Peter W. Beadle, Rego Park

I am a member of CB6's Transportation Committee and was present at the meeting reported on. I am very disappointed that this article only shares the comments by those opposed to a protected bike lane on Queens Boulevard and completely fails to include the DOT statistics shown at the meeting …