Brooklyn Streetcar Feasibility Study: Existing Conditions Report
The N.Y. Dept. of Transportation has started a 5-month study to determine the feasibility of a running a streetcar route in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Red Hook. The study will determine the current and future transportation needs of the Red Hook neighborhood and identify whether a streetcar can effectively meet these needs. It will also analyze streetcar routings and provide an initial assessment of potential streetcar alternatives, analyzing alignment, constructability, costs, and benefits. This report describes the land use, demographic, and community characteristics of Red Hook and adjacent areas and provides an overview of the existing transportation options for Red Hook┐s residents, workers, and visitors. This is a print on demand report.
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