Public Meeting: Neighborhood Slow Zones and Safer Local Streets for Park Slope

When
January 21, 2012   11:45 am   
Where
Congregation Beth Elohim
274 Garfield Pl. (at Eighth Av.)
Brooklyn
More Info
Park Slope Civic Council

The city’s Department of Transportation is looking at locations in all five boroughs to install neighborhood slow zones, a program that reduces speed limits to 20 mph within a select area and adds safety measures in order to change driver behavior.

You can have a voice in where, how, and if these zones should be installed in and around Park Slope. Join the Park Slope Civic Council for this important and informative discussion.

Co-sponsors:

  • Councilmember Letitia James
  • Councilmember Brad Lander
  • Councilmember Stephen Levin
  • P.S. 10
  • Parents Association of Millennium Brooklyn High School
  • Park Slope Neighbors
  • Park Slope Parents
  • Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council

{Full list of co-sponsors under development}