Remember the green bike lane in Brooklyn Heights we discussed last week? Well, it seems that the Department of Transportation has really taken a liking to this color of paint. While we were abroad, the recently-crafted pedestrian triangle in Dumbo received a similar green-washing. It’s definitely an improvement but, as you can see, there weren’t a lot of people taking advantage of the new public space yesterday at lunchtime. Perhaps when the weather gets a little cooler.
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