It’s no secret that Nuala has been a long-standing safe streets advocate. In the context of COVID, that involves advocating giving New Yorker’s space to breathe at a safe distance. WPIX did a story after the mayor, in the face of the City Council pushing for exactly such a measure, announced his acquiescence in that…. Read more »
Nuala advocates for pedestrian streets to be established in every neighborhood. Such streets create more space for social distancing and a space for us all to breathe. We should close some streets in every neighborhood to cars and let our neighbors out of their apartments to breathe free while keeping a safe physical distance.
I cannot explain why the MTA wants to devastate our bus service. The MTA promised us better, faster bus service to more destinations. However, under the Queens Bus Redesign – we are getting our service cut, our destinations cut, and our overnight service cut. Since this plan was released I, along with a group of… Read more »
The MTA held a number of meetings so that the public could make its voice heard on the MTA’s plan. Nuala was present at one as part of her ongoing work on this and made her opinion known (look for her about 55 seconds in to the story).
If you take the buses at all in our neighborhood, you’d possibly seen Nuala handing out flyers and spreading the word on how the MTA’s proposed redesign of our bus service would hurt our community. That also included a rally she organized in early January, covered here by the Jackson Heights Post.
On the QNS podcast, Nuala O’Doherty-Naranjo discussed how LGA hasn’t been a good neighbor and has been too quick to dismiss alternatives to the proposed LGA Train.
Accessibility for the disabled is an all-too-common issue on the NYC subway system. The 82nd Street station on the 7 line is no exception. In response, Nuala started a Change.org petition calling for an elevator.
Nuala discusses Airtrain on Podcast On the QNS podcast, Nuala O’Doherty-Naranjo discussed how LGA hasn’t been a good neighbor and has been too quick to dismiss alternatives to the proposed LGA Train. New Route, Same LGA boondoggle The movement of the proposed route of the LGA train from near the Grand Central Parkway to near… Read more »