The New York City Department of Transportation today announced plans for a new pedestrian plaza in Downtown Brooklyn. The plaza will be created by closing Willoughby Street between Adams and Pearl Streets and the Adams Street Service Road at Willoughby Street and will enhance safety along the heavily trafficked pedestrian corridor. Plans for the new plaza will be presented to Community Board 2’s Transportation Committee at its Tuesday, March 21st meeting.

Downtown Brooklyn Pedestrian Plaza in the works was last modified: March 6th, 2012 by clucas@pps.org
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