Monday, October 13, 2008

More on the Access Study

This community-based, comprehensive plan seeks to improve access to employment, education, health care, food and other services of importance including but not limited to emergency services and public transportation.

The study will produce long-term, innovative solutions, in addition to short-term, low hanging fruit solutions to address these issues.

Roosevelt Island offers a simple way to delineate the primary study area, because it is an island with three main access points. However, as we continue our research and analysis, the study area may expand the scope of analysis to include access corridors or nodes in Manhattan and Queens.

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