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Brooklyn USA 02

Brooklyn's Story 2002 describes the creation of Go Green NYC, a Green Map created by young people ages 12-17, in conjunction with the North Brooklyn Recycle-A-Bicycle. The initial goal that spurred the creation of this map was to encourage more of NYC's young people to use healthy, non-polluting ways to get around the city. The mapmaking team researched NYC’s bike riding conditions, finding that there were many infrastructural and environmental obstacles keeping this city from being bike friendly. The Go Green NYC map was meant to bring attention to this issue, and to generate dialogue about solutions that will help balance the use of the city's streets. Besides bikes, the Mapmakers also charted other forms of public transportation, including The Brooklyn Trolley Project, ferries to Staten Island and Hoboken, among others.

Author: Sarahjane Sacchetti in New York City, 2001.


You can download this story as a pdf using the link to the attachment at the bottom of this page. Some of the links cited in this story are:

Recycle-A-Bicycle Program
Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance
Transportation Alternatives

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Brooklyn's Story 2002

Brooklyn's Story 2002 describes the creation of Go Green NYC, a Green Map created by young people pass4sure BH0-006 ages 12-17, in conjunction with the North Brooklyn Recycle-A-Bicycle. The initial goal that spurred the creation of this map was to encourage more of NYC's young people to use healthy, non-polluting ways to pass4sure SK0-002 get around the city. The mapmaking team researched NYC’s bike riding conditions, finding that there were many infrastructural and environmental obstacles keeping this city from being bike friendly. The Go Green NYC map was meant to bring attention to this issue, pass4sure 117-101 and to generate dialogue about solutions that will help balance the use of the city's streets. Besides bikes, the Mapmakers also charted other forms of public transportation, including pass4sure 642-661 The Brooklyn Trolley Project, ferries to Staten Island and Hoboken, among others.