Windsor Terrace Safe Streets meeting
Tuesday, October 21st, 6:00 p.m.
The focus of the grassroots neighborhood group Windsor Terrace Safe Streets (WTSS) is on making the neighborhood safer for pedestrians, for bicyclists, and for motorists. Tonight, at its second public meeting, WTSS and its new partner, New York City Councilmember Brad Lander, will meet with the 72nd Precinct to discuss traffic enforcement and the Vision Zero efforts in Windsor Terrace.
Residents' input is essential to this process. Last month, at the first public meeting, more than 100 Windsor Terrace residents turned out to meet with New York City Department of Transportation representative Zeph Parmenter and Councilmember Lander's representative Hannah Holland.
What WTSS wants, based on feedback from residents about dangerous conditions, are
- a slow zone,
- more stop signs,
- more traffic lights,
- more crosswalks at dangerous intersections, and
- more bike lanes.
Meet in the cafeteria in P.S. 130 at 70 Ocean Parkway. The school is between Fort Hamilton Parkway and Caton Avenue and between E. 5th Street and Ocean Parkway in Windsor Terrace.
Windsor Terrace Safe Streets
windsorterracesafety @ gmail.com