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Transportation Drive Like Your Kids Live Here sign on 4th Avenue
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Join the Park Slope Street Safety Partnership and Councilmember Brad Lander for a Vision Zero Town Hall Meeting on Monday, April 21 at 6pm at PS 321 at 180 7th Avenue, between 1st and 2nd Streets. If you’ve got questions or concerns about traffic calming measures in our neighborhood and around the city, you’ll have the opportunity to
Transportation Subways: G Train
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Local subway lines don’t look too bad this week, with just a few changes that include familiar long waits overnight for the G train and a few hours over a single night where the 4 train will be a hassle to ride. Details on those changes and more from the MTA: 4 service operates in
Transportation Subway: F train at 4th Ave 9th St Station
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This is first weekend in a long while that you can actually use both platforms of the F and G trains at the 4th Ave/9th St stop, so enjoy that — but watch out on the F line depending on where you’re headed, because it might not be stopping where you want. UPDATE 4/11: Sorry
Transportation (crop) Red LIght Camera
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If drivers know where all the red light cameras are, do they stop being as effective? Or does that actually help them calm traffic? These could be reasons the city has seen a significant drop in tickets being issued by the cameras — down from 668,709 in 2012 to 575,176 in 2013, according to records the
Transportation F train at 4th/9th subway station
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The F and G are once again skipping some local stops this weekend, but at least they’re running for now, right? That and more to watch out for along local lines starting Friday night, from the MTA: Norwood-bound D trains run via the N from Stillwell Av to 36 St Weekend, 11:45pm Friday, April 4
Transportation Trains: Subway at 7th Avenue
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Expect even more subway headaches on the weekends in the future as the MTA continues to tackle Hurricane Sandy-related repairs. It looks like the F line will be one of three (along with the A and C) that will require tunnel repairs between Brooklyn and Manhattan, according to DNAinfo, which notes that though the MTA
Transportation Subways: G Train
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If you’ll be hitting the rails late at night this week, things won’t be as bad in our area as they have been in the past month or so. Still, there are a few things to look out for — here’s the roundup, via the MTA: 4 service is extended to New Lots Av Late
Transportation 7th Avenue Road Work Paving
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Crews from the Department of Transportation are out along 7th Avenue between St Johns Place and Flatbush Avenue today doing some road work, which has closed the street to traffic. A member of the crew told us they should be done by the end of the day. The DOT has been busier than ever this
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