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March 27, 2012

From the latest Construction Alert: new rail track, progress on Carlton Avenue Bridge, delay in traffic mitigation work, creation of surface parking lot to start May 1 (though no plans announced)

Atlantic Yards Report

Below are some excerpts from the latest two-week Atlantic Yards Construction Alert, dated 3/26/12 (and embedded below), and released yesterday by Empire State Development after preparation by Forest City Ratner.

The highlights include:

  • installation of new rail road track in the west end of Block 1120
  • progress on the North Abutment of the Carlton Avenue Bridge
  • removal of an access ramp to the arena
  • work on the remaining traffic mitigation work will begin in late April, not merely April
  • work on the surface parking lot should begin May 1, though no plans have been announced
  • streets lights and curbs are being installed on Flatbush Avenue


Posted by eric at March 27, 2012 12:03 PM