Are you concerned about your safety on Fourth Avenue?
If you want to help identify and support problem areas, suggestions, and strategies on the thoroughfare — notorious for speeding and danger to pedestrians — come to the Forth on Fourth Avenue Committee’s planning session this Wed., Jan. 23 at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting, which will generate ideas for February’s meeting with the Department of Transportation, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and the Fourth Avenue Task Force, will take place at the Fifth Avenue Committee office at 621 Degraw Street (between Third and Fourth Avenues).
The FOFA meeting will help spark, expand, and share community ideas that can be presented at the DOT meeting, which be a public workshop to explore Fourth Avenue's future.
Maps and other resources will be available to help identify and support problem areas, suggestions, and strategies.
Everyone is welcome at the meeting, especially members of the Park Slope, Gowanus, and Boerum Hill communities who live near, work, or travel on Fourth Avenue.