The citywide Open Streets program was designed to ease the isolation of the pandemic by expanding outdoor public spaces.
The Department of Transportation is seeking feedback on the Avenue B corridor, where activities take place between Sixth Street and 14th Street.
NYC DOT has been conducting community outreach to better understand how the Avenue B Open Street is used, and how the community wants to see these corridors used in the future.
NYC DOT is currently collecting feedback from the community for a design proposal for the Avenue B Open Street. Members of the community are invited to review the design proposal materials ...
Here's a look at a preliminary concept...
You can find the feedback form at this link. And go here for the design proposal. Tomorrow (Sept. 30) is the deadline to submit your feedback.
The Loisaida Open Streets Community Coalition is the DOT's community partner and volunteer group overseeing the Open Street of Avenue B.
Photo via @loisaida_oscc