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Atlantic Yards construction means more traffic changes

February 19, 2013 Heather Chin
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Construction on the Atlantic Yards project continues apace.

According to a notice sent by Brooklyn’s Community Board 2, the latest leg will require some temporary — read: around eight months — changes to the roads and traffic flow around Pacific Street and Sixth Avenue:

  • 1. Pacific Street (between Sixth and Carlton Avenues only) will be converted from two-way to a one-way, westbound operations. Vehicles will be able to access this block from both northbound and southbound Carlton Avenue.
  • 2. The north sidewalk on Pacific Street (between Sixth and Carlton avenues only) will be closed to pedestrian traffic. Sidewalks on the south side of this block will remain open.
  • 3. Parking along the north side of Pacific Street (between Sixth and Carlton avenues only) will be prohibited.

The changes go into effect this week. Traffic signs will be posted.

For more information, see www.esd.ny.gov/AtlanticYards or www.atlanticyards.com.


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