The New York City government’s “reimagination” of Brooklyn’s Broadway Junction has been underway since 2014. The transit-focused project is now scheduled for completion in 2030, Mayor Eric Adams announced yesterday. The $500 million investment plan—$400 million of which is coming from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)—will provide funding for upgrades in and around Broadway Junction station.
The Department of City Planning began outreach for what became known as the East New York Neighborhood Plan in 2014 (Broadway Junction is located in East New York’s northwest corner). The plan ultimately advocated for “affordable housing preservation and development, encouraging economic development, creating pedestrian-friendly streets, and investing
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