New NYC DOT Head Supports Complete Streets

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1/3/2014 2:02:21 PM
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Re: Hold out hope.
@Nicole, I hope that NYC continues to set the trend and push the edge on ideas, its almost painful to have to say we will wait and see... :-(

Nicole Ferraro
Nicole Ferraro  
1/3/2014 12:49:45 PM
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Re: Hold out hope.
Hi bulk: I think you're right to point out that New York has been setting an example and therefore cannot easily turn back the clock. It would be widely noticed, and it would be rather embarrassing. At least that part seems clear to de Blasio...

1/2/2014 11:08:56 PM
User Rank Urban Legend
Hold out hope.
I guess it looks like we can hold out hope that NYC will still lead the way in many areas for safe streets and non motorized usage. I think NYC has been trend setting in that way and now with all the momentum behind safer and more bike and walker freindly streets it really will be hard to turn it back. But like all things, time will tell what really happens. 

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