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December 5, 2005

Seven Solutions to the Atlantic Yards Traffic Problem


Journalist and traffic/transportation geek, Aaron Naparstek, has been pestering experts, in and out of government, with this question:

In light of the Atlantic Yards project and the all of the other major development taking place in and around Downtown Brooklyn these days, what policy, planning and design ideas should be considered to ensure that the neighborhoods around Atlantic Yards and the transportation network that serves the area remain functional and healthy?

Naparstek, "remarkably," has discovered a consensus and has compiled a list of "seven ideas that the the city, state and private developer Forest City Ratner should seriously consider to ensure that this massive project of 16 towers and a 19,000-seat arena has a chance to work."


Posted by lumi at December 5, 2005 10:29 AM