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Aggressive Drivers
Aggressive Drivers
Leonard St - Greenpoint Ave - Calyer St - Brooklyn

Cars and Bikes use this as a cut-through street instead of McGuiness. Which is fine, but they speed through here as the same speed. They are reckless and often do not have regard for pedestrians. We need speed bumps at the very least. Cars are often aggressive, honking and angrily cutting around people trying to park or cross the street at Leonard and Greenpoint.

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Dangerous Left Turn
Dangerous Left Turn
Mcguinness Blvd South - Mcguinness Boulevard - Broome St

Bushes block view of oncoming traffic. They need to be removed!

Area of Opportunity
Area of Opportunity
Eckford St - Nassau Ave - Norman Ave

Please add more trees along mcguiness blvd. it's heavily polluted and needs more greenery

Not Enough Time to Cross
Not Enough Time to Cross
Mcguinness Blvd South - Broome St - Engert Ave

Not enough time to cross especially with children, and then LONG wait in the car fumes for the pedestrian light to turn green again.

Area of Opportunity
Area of Opportunity
Mcguinness Boulevard - Graham Ave - Mcguinness Boulevard

Remove this useless and dangerous slip

Citi Bike Station
Citi Bike Station
Green St - Mcguinness Boulevard - Provost St

You can't reach the Pulaski bridge bike lane from this station!

Inadequate Lighting
Inadequate Lighting
Brooklyn Queens Expressway - Bqe Wb En Mc Guinness Blvd S - Kosciuszko Bridge

Poor to no lighting making crossing by bike and by foot VERY DANGEROUS.

Long Distance to Cross
Long Distance to Cross
Mcguinness Blvd South - Engert Ave - Newton St

Too long distance to cross for pedestrians, this is a main crossing path for young children going to schools and nurseries and between the two parks and impossible to cross within the time of the pedestrian light with a toddler walking...

Bike Lane Requested
Bike Lane Requested
Engert Ave - Eckford St - Graham Ave

There should be a protected bike lane on Engert; there is only Norman going East, there's enough room and unfortunately too many cars racing - unsafe to bike while this is a primary street between the two parks and to access schools.

Bike Lane Requested
Bike Lane Requested
Eckford St - Engert Ave - Driggs Ave

There's room for a bike lane here (previously two-ways) and there should be more bike lanes going North

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