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Re: Will Queens Bus Redesign really speed things up?

Posted by BrooklynBus on Fri May 17 08:17:30 2019, in response to Re: Will Queens Bus Redesign really speed things up?, posted by Spider-Pig on Thu May 16 06:09:37 2019.

Those people east of Ocean Avenue gas the good sense to reject alternate side if the street cleaning when it was offered to them back in the 1960s. And guess what? Their streets are clean. Also several years ago when ASP was suspended in Park Slope for about three months, I forget why, those streets were no dirtier either. So the question is, why is it needed.

Also, they recently added no night time parking along half of Knapp Street to prevent people from storing cars on the street.

Also in Manhattan Beach, the CB refuses to let Sanitation relax the regulations like it did in the rest if the city. So it is still four days a week for three hours a day, which is a real pain for the Kingsborough students. Residents claim the students constantly block their driveways. I gave no sympathy for them because they coukd make larking a lot easier with two days a week, 90 minute regulation as in the rest of the city.


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