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Recent         news items from around New Haven:       



Aldermen Review Benefits of         Complete Streets Policy




This         evening (8/20) at 5:30, the Board of Aldermen and City staff will         discuss New Haven's Complete Streets Policy, including how the public         makes requests for traffic safety improvements and how requests are         tracked and evaluated. Please feel free to attend and/or encourage your         Aldermen to do so.  




Download         our briefing sheet: 


Who Benefits from         Complete Streets in New Haven? (click her...








Members of Yale University Safety         Committee Release Report on Most Dangerous Intersections Near Campus




Yale Campus         Intersection Safety Report (click here to view)




This         report, which follows on the recommendations contained within our 2009         report on Traffic Safety at Yale, was based on several years worth of         walking observations by students, faculty, and staff of Yale University         as well as other data collection. It will be of interest to those who         spend time in or near Downtown and/or Yale-New Haven Hospital.








Elm City Cycling Withdraws Support         from Route 34 Design




ECC,         a nonprofit advocacy organization and one of the supporters of the Safe         Streets Coalition, officially withdrew support for the current roadway         designs in Downtown Crossing this month, claiming that the plan doesn't         make the changes sought to improve safety on the roads for all drivers         and other road users. Read the group's statement here


Or,         listen to a short radio interview here:




In         addition to worries about safety, concerns about sidewalk widths are         held by many residents and elected officials, with more than 400         residents signing a "Petition for a         Walkable 100 College Street" requiring that... in the new development.  








Addressing Illegal Dirt Bikes and         Off-Road Vehicles




A         group of residents is interested in addressing the issue of dirt         bikes and other off-road vehicles being used illegally on our         streets, sidewalks, and parks. No public meetings have been         scheduled as of this moment, but if you would like to help to take         the lead on organizing your neighborhood to address this issue,         please email us at         for more information.








New Block Watch 9-39, at corner of         Grand Avenue & Quinnipiac Avenue, holds 1st Meeting Tuesday August         21st, 6:30pm 


Click here to learn more about the new         blockwatch: 




Amtrak 2040 high speed rail plan         should not bypass Stamford, Bridgeport, and New Haven


Click         here to learn more: 






Best         regards,


New         Haven Safe Streets Petition Coordinators







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