Last night, Community Board Six held a public hearing on the Department of Transportation’s 4th Avenue streetscape proposal, and Streetsblog reports that the full board voted to approve a modified version of the plan. If you recall, the CB6 Transportation Committee approved the initial proposal, but the full board voted it down. DOT’s tweaks, according to Streetsblog, were modest, and included retaining three lanes of traffic northbound on Fourth Avenue starting at Carroll Street, rather than Union Street, reducing the left turn bans from eight to six, and adding a painted curb extension to the southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street. The DOT also stressed the benefits of the plan for drivers, not just pedestrians. The resolution ultimately passed with Community Board Six asking the DOT to add greenery to the medians. Get the full rundown of the meeting over at Streetsblog.