Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Park Slope Neighbors Say "No Way" to One Way Streets

One Way No Way

Park Slope Neighbors, which is working to convince Whole Foods to make its Gowanus store more environmentally friendly and sensitive to community needs, has launched a petition drive to oppose the plan to make Seventh Avenue and Sixth Avenue one-way streets. The development is reported by Streets Blog. Among other things, the petition argues that "One-way avenues are unfriendly to neighborhood life" and that "changes like these should only be considered as part of a comprehensive, multi-modal, area-wide transportation plan." The full petition can be viewed online and signed here. Volunteers have also been out in Park Slope gathering signatures.

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