The Brooklyn Heights Association is reconstituting its Transportation Committee, and inviting interested BHA members to join. The Transportation Committee is a forum for addressing specific transportation issues important to BHA members, such as biking, truck traffic, pedestrian safety and police enforcement. A large, unified voice on these and similar matters can effect changes. The Committee is meeting this Thursday, November 3, at 7:00 p.m., at St. Francis College, First Floor Board Room, 180 Remsen Street (between Clinton and Court). If you are a BHA member and would like to attend, or if you wish more information, please e-mail Patrick Killackey of the BHA: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not a BHA member but wish to join, you may do so here.
Major issues before our community, which the Transportation Committee will address, include:
Residential Permit Parking, which has gained momentum in recent months as talk of congestion pricing re-emerges;
Congestion Pricing, which could be a solution to transportation funding shortfalls;
Parking Placard Abuse, which advocates are attempting to combat through new City Council legislation;
Pedestrian Access to Pier 6, …. and other critical planning issues.