Monday’s crash on Broadway is a shock to our neighborhood. Our thoughts and sympathies are with the victims, and we wish them a full recovery from their injuries. We are grateful to our fellow New Yorkers and first responders who rushed to aid those in need.
We have collaborated with our partners in City government on safety and accessibility improvements in Flatiron and NoMad for over 15 years. These efforts have created the Flatiron Public Plazas and pedestrian-focused shared streets on Broadway through the heart of the neighborhood. Our most recent Broadway project, the NoMad Piazza pop-up, an open street from 25th to 27th Streets on Broadway, is an extension of this ongoing belief in streets that prioritize the enjoyment and safety of people.
Now, more than ever, we stand ready to assist our City partners in quickly shepherding DOT’s Broadway Vision plan, including life-saving pedestrian areas and fully protected bike lanes, from paper to pavement.