Neighborhood Forum on Street Safety, Tuesday, December 3
The Brooklyn Paper has more on this upcoming forum on traffic safety. One of the topics that’s sure to come up for discussion is a neighborhood-wide speed limit of 20 mph:
Forum organizers also include the groups Park Slope Parents and Park Slope Neighbors, the latter of which tried and failed to convince the city to make the neighborhood a so-called “Slow Zone” in 2011. Now it thinks there might be more momentum behind such measures.
“There seems to be a city-wide interest, not only in Park Slope, in doing something about making the streets safer,” said organization co-founder Eric McClure.
Tuesday’s meeting comes on the heels of a well-attended march and rally in Fort Greene last month and high turnout at the most recent meeting of the 78th Precinct Community Council.