Controversial designs initially presented by the Department of Transportation, criticized by local residents and politicians, have been officially scrapped
A long-term plan could reduce pollution and knit together communities devastated by Robert Moses' 20th century highways.
More than 1,000 people packed Plymouth Church in Brooklyn Heights Wednesday night for what has become the most heated debate in Brooklyn.
The annual event, which attracted an overflow crowd, focused on difficult issues affecting the future of the area.
At a meeting Thursday night, the DOT offered two possible solutions to fixing the troubled BQE. Neither pleased local residents.
The DOT wants to shift car traffic to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade while the BQE is repaired, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports today.
The New York City Department of Transportation released their mitigation plan for the upcoming L train shutdown Wednesday evening.
Make Washington Street one way again! That's the rallying cry of dozens of Dumbo residents who are tired of the honking and the gridlock.
The Brooklyn-Queens Expressway radically changed Brooklyn in the 20th century. Here's a look at its history and the ever-evolving proposals for repairing and rethinking it in the 21st.
The DOT is closing some of the southbound lanes on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway at night in Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo, beginning tonight through March 29, according to an email from Community Board Two. Lane closures will happen from midnight to 5 am between Atlantic Avenue and Cadman Plaza to repair expansion joints.
One lane will be closed from 12:01 am to 1:00 am and two lanes will be closed until 5:00 am. One lane of traffic will remain open at all times.
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