Meeting Tackles 181st Gridlock

Imagine 181st Street clear of buses and parked cars. Imagine a bike lane. Imagine clean air.

A group of Washington Heights residents, most who live near the busy street, met with representatives of the Department of Transportation, the Metropolitan Transit Authority and an urban planning consulting firm to brainstorm solutions to reduce congestion.

Click here for the .pdf of the article published in the Manhattan Times.

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One Response

  1. Very good writing! Nice to see someone blog about the Washington Heights community–and eloquently done I might add. Although it seems like your latest posts are in Spanish and unfortunately, my Spanish isn’t that good. However, I’m sure it’s just as good as the English postings. Keep up the good work!

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