Concerns about wheelchair accessibility and parking spaces are the latest in a long debate about the Department of Transportation’s plan to speed up bus service along 125th Street.
Local businesses on 125th Street are asking the National Urban League and developers for better compensation if a contentious new development displaces them in the next few years.
An exhibit at a Chelsea gallery captures a changing community landscape on 125th Street.
After being canceled over the summer, plans for faster bus service along 125th Street are back in motion, city officials announced Friday afternoon.
Thanks to the Wireless Corridor Challenge, 10 business districts throughout the city will receive free Wi-Fi, including 125th Street from Broadway to Second Avenue. Installation is scheduled for completion by December.
Frontrunner Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio spent the last Thursday before the Tuesday primary campaigning uptown, speaking to Harlem voters who seemed receptive to the leading candidate’s message.
Plans for bus-only lanes along 125th Street were put on hold earlier this summer—but some elected officials are trying to reignite the project.
With the implementation of bus-only lanes and other changes, M60 bus service will likely speed up on 125th Street, pleasing commuters—but some locals say that more community engagement is needed.
Business developers say the changes to 125th Street have been for the better.
Mar 10, 9:38am
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