Prospect Park West Bike Lane Lawsuit Appeal
They can’t be stopped by public opinion. They can’t be stopped by a sterling safety record. They can’t be stopped by two-hour lines for gas.
As you’ll recall, the effort to remove the Prospect Park West bike lane was dismissed in August 2011. But even that isn’t stopping the people behind Neighbors for Better Bike Lanes and Seniors for Safety.
Tomorrow, November 8th, the Appellate Division hearing of the Prospect Park West bike lane lawsuit begins. The appeal, Matter of Seniors for Safety vs. New York City Department of Transportation is fifth on a docket that kicks off at 10 AM at the Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division, Second Department, at 45 Monroe Place in Brooklyn Heights. The hearing is open to the public.
No word on whether this is still happening due to the storm, so check back here for updates.