TransALT Petitions For Safer Boston Road

Kevin Daloia (c), TransALT Bronx Activist Committee co-chairman, and community leaders rallied to make Boston Road by Pelham Parkway North safer for pedestrians.
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Transportation Alternatives and residents rallied in support of making one of the most important northeast Bronx corridors safer. The Make Boston Road Safer Rally was held on Friday, April 13 at 2220 Boston Road calling for a redesign accommodating all users of the corridor. According to TransALT, the road’s current design encourages speeding and makes it hostile for pedestrians and cyclists to travel safety. To sign the petition, visit campaigns.transalt.org/petition/safer-boston-road.

Nandra Lamby (l) signed the petition that Jocelyn Carlisle was circulating.
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Amril Hamer (l), TransALT Bronx organizer, asked Erica Glen to sign the petition calling for traffic calming measures on Boston Road.
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(l-r) Monica Martinez, Amril Hamer, Abdul Wright and Sharon Behnke rallied to make the intersection of Boston and White Plains roads and Pelham Parkway North safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
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Councilman Andy King (c) interviewed TransALT’s Kevin Daloia and Amril Hamer for his radio program, ‘King Talk.’
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With the dangerous intersection behind her, Monica Martinez petitioned for a safer Boston Road.
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