Join the New York City Department of Transportation to discuss safety improvements on Queens Boulevard between Yellowstone Boulevard and Union Turnpike at a public workshop in Kew Gardens on Tuesday January 23, 2018.
Date: Tuesday January 23, 2018
Thanks to all we spoke to at the Beacon Program at JHS 190. We had good discussions with students, parents and staff about the future of Queens Blvd.
Thanks for your input to the 2018 Feedback Map. The map is now closed for comments, however, we encourage you to complete our survey and share your experiences and travel behavior on Queens Boulevard.
Thanks to all we spoke to at the Central Queens YM & YWHA! We were able to have some good discussions on the future of Queens Blvd.
Thanks to all we spoke to at the Forest Hills Library!
If you were unable to make it out, you can participate by filling out a quick survey, located in the menu to the right.
The Street Ambassadors are going to be in Forest Hills over the next two weeks to talk to people about the next phase of the redesign of Queens Boulevard. The Ambassadors will be stationed in community institutions around Forest Hills to collect feedback. Check back to see where!
Over the last 3 weeks, we've being on and around Queens Blvd talking to people about the next proposed phase of the project! We were able to talk to more than 320 people!
Thanks to all we spoke to at 71st St and Queens Blvd this past Monday. People had a lot to say about the future of Queens Boulevard!
Many thanks to all we spoke to at Union Turnpike and Queens Boulevard last Friday. People were very enthusiastic about the future of Queens Boulevard!
Many thanks to all those people we spoke to at the Chance the Rapper concert. People had great ideas about the future of Queens Blvd!
We have collecting feedback for the next phase of the redesign of Queens Boulevard.
The NYC DOT is currently implementing Phase III of our multi-phase redesign of Queens Blvd. As a recap, here's what you can expect:
NYC DOT will implement safety improvements on Queens Blvd. between Eliot Ave. and Yellowstone Blvd. starting mid-June. NYC DOT will:
The week of January 22, the NYC DOT Street Ambassadors will be in the Rego Park area to talk to residents about how they use of Queens Blvd. This is part of our commitment to engaging the local community to help inform our design for a future, safer, Queens Blvd.
Thanks to the 120 community members and residents who came to P.S. 139 last Thursday, January 12th to share your ideas for a safer Queens Boulevard in Rego Park!
If you were unable to attend, please leave us your comments on the feedback map here.
NYCDOT will hold a Safety Workshop on January 12, 2017 from 6-8pm at P.S. 139 Rego Park, 93-06 63rd Dr.
Join community members to identify street safety concerns and brainstorm design solutions to enhance safety along Queens Boulevard.
New York City Department of Transportation construction crews have been hard at work this summer and fall bringing safety improvements to Queens Boulevard in Elmhurst and Rego Park. Construction is expected to wrap up later this fall.
In late July 2016, DOT started construction on the second operational phase of Queens Blvd between 74th St and Eliot Ave.
On Tuesday, March 1, 2016, DOT presented its proposal for the second operational phase of Queens Boulevard to the Transportation Committee for Queens Community Board 4.
In the last two months of 2015, DOT's Street Ambassadors have interacted with over 3,000 community members along Queens Boulevard between 74th Street and Eliot Ave.
On Monday, December 14th, DOT's Street Ambassadors visited 92 Queens Boulevard businesses along a 1.3-mile-long stretch of the corridor.
DOT's Street Ambassadors will be out in full force at Queens Center Mall between December 6th and 13th. They'll be collecting feedback about the current challenges along Queens Boulevard and providing the public with more information about the redesign process.
DOT held a Safety Workshop on November 12, 2015, at JFK Jr. School in Elmhurst to gather input on the second phase of Queens Boulevard between 73rd Street and Eliot Avenue.
NYCDOT will hold a Safety Workshop on November 12, 2015 from 7-9pm at the JFK Jr. School at 57-12 94th Street in Elmhurst. Join community members to identify street safety concerns and brainstorm design solutions to enhance safety along Queens Boulevard.
DOT held a Safety Workshop on January 21, 2015 at P.S. 11 in Woodside to gather input on Queens Boulevard between Roosevelt Avenue and 73rd Street. The community identified street safety concerns and brainstormed design solutions to enhance safety along Queens Boulevard.