The annual event, which attracted an overflow crowd, focused on difficult issues affecting the future of the area.
Calling the the DOT’s approach "deeply problematic," the association implored the agency to assemble outside experts to plan a "21st century solution" that will benefit the whole region.
Brooklynites who fled Williamsburg and Bushwick to avoid the 15-month L-train closure are enraged over Cuomo’s last-minute decision to call off the plan that many say forced them to uproot their whole lives, Brownstoner sister pub Brooklyn Paper writes.
Not to look a gift horse in the mouth but does anyone feel like a betrayed spouse after Cuomo's revelation the L train will not have to shut down after all?
The DOT wants to shift car traffic to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade while the BQE is repaired, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports today.
Governor Andrew Cuomo is expected to signal his support for Hudson Yards-style development in Red Hook in his State of the State address today.
The New York City Department of Transportation released their mitigation plan for the upcoming L train shutdown Wednesday evening.
Advocates called for support for plan for a streetcar to travel a 14-mile corridor between Astoria and Sunset Park.
A new exhibit at the New York Transit Museum traces the influence of transit on the development of Downtown Brooklyn from the first ferry in 1642 to the present.
The MTA Tuesday said it will fix the subway system -- but funding remains a sticking point.