Here are some PDF documents and websites related to the project. Like what you see? Corrections? Something missing? Feel free to share in the comments below.
The city’s Department of Transportation has put up a webpage that allows comments about the section of Conduit Boulevard between Atlantic and Sutter Avenues, as it is today. It is now open for comments, so anyone familiar is welcome and encouraged to leave a comment on the big map and say how you feel about a specific intersection, feature, or the stretch as a whole, as well as check out some additional information that they have posted.
With the Department of Transportation’s newest annual edition of the city’s bike map, you can look up the location of any designated bike routes currently on the ground, whether it’s a bike lane, a greenway, or sharrows. But any lanes built out after the current year’s publication will not appear until the next edition, coming the following Spring.
This allows users to see data from 2013 about traffic volumes. To access this tool, click on “Open the Traffic Data Viewer”. Once inside, you can then zoom and move the map like you can on Google Maps. If you zoom into the area Conduit above Jamaica Bay and the Belt Parkway, you can get a sense of how much traffic the road sees on a single day, presented as Average Annual Daily Traffic (AADT) counts. Each number is equal to a car that passed the counter.
This link is no longer active.
This is the first document from the city to outline the routes running through New York City, including Southern Queens. There is not a lot of detail for specific routes, but it gives an overall sense of where the Conduit – South Queens – Laurelton – Cross Island Greenway, 2000 would run.
This is the the original city plan that the Southern Queens Greenway is modeled after. We use this as reference and for context. Any and all updates will require community input before moving forward.