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12 February 2020

NYC Wants Public’s Help Redesigning Brooklyn Bridge Promenade

Excerpted from the story in NBC New York

In an effort to address the overcrowded walking and biking area, the city is reaching out to the public for ideas on how to improve it so pedestrians and cyclists, locals and visitors alike won’t have to literally be rubbing elbows to navigate it.

“It’s one of the most iconic spots in the city of New York, but it’s also become dangerous,” said New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson. The city will work with the Van Alen Institute to rethink the space, and all ideas are welcome, from people of all ages.