The Year's Best In Livable Streets

<p><em>Streetsblog</em> has announced the winners of its livable streets awards, commending such public works as bike lanes and low emissions policies.</p>
December 29, 2007, 9am PST | Nate Berg
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"All in all it was a great year for New York City's Livable Streets Movement. Here are the winners of our 2007 awards."

Best Livable Streets Project: The Ninth Avenue bike lane, Chelsea.

Best New Public Space: DUMBO's Pearl Street Pocket Park. Honorable mention: Chelsea's Meat Market Plaza.

Best Pedestrian Project: Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza. Honorable mention: Jewel Avenue, Fresh Meadows, Queens.

Best Bicycle Project: Curbside automobile parking space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is replaced by bike racks.

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Published on Tuesday, December 25, 2007 in Streetsblog
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