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January 15, 2010

So, would streets be fully closed? And where would NYPD parking go? Permanent spaces wouldn't come until Building 15 rises

Atlantic Yards Report

Now that the city prepares to close streets within the Atlantic Yards footprint, what about access for people still living there?

Who's in charge of the traffic mitigation plan?

What happens to NYPD parking?

There are still a few people living on Pacific Street (slated to close) and others on Dean Street (not closing). Can they get a ride home in the rain?

Click here for the answers, including analysis of the new traffic-flow plan, designed by Ratner consultant Sam Schwartz (below).

Sam Schwartz Traffic Closure Plan

Also...
MyLittleO.com, Atlantic Yards Project Permanent Street Closures

Posted by lumi at January 15, 2010 5:42 AM