DOT agrees to install traffic light at Columbia Waterfront

Residents say the intersection of Columbia and Carroll streets has become increasingly unsafe for the developing hub.

Residents say the intersection of Columbia and Carroll streets has become increasingly unsafe for the developing hub. (5/14/16)

BROOKLYN - The city's Department of Transportation has agreed to residents' demands for a traffic light at a dangerous intersection in the Columbia Street Waterfront District.

Residents say the intersection of Columbia and Carroll streets has become increasingly unsafe for the developing hub.

They say having a traffic light will make it safer for new young families in the one-time industrial area.

The traffic light is scheduled to be installed in September.

 

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