"Slow Streets" What you need to know..

Starting today, Moss Street is a slow street! We’re grateful for the City’s commitment to creating space for people to walk, run, and ride at a safe distance during the pandemic, and reduce over-crowding along the Bayou-- a critical public space, and key connection between the Greenway and City Park. Learn more about Slow Streets here.

What You Need to Know:

WHEN: Today, May 6 - Monday May 18th

WHERE: Riverside of Moss Street, from Esplanade Ave. to Lafitte St. & Adjacent blocks (see map below)

More Information:
Learn more about the partial slow street in coverage by Nola Ready and Nola.com. For tips on social distancing and safety while on the Greenway check out our blog here.

Thoughts or comments?
Our friends over at the Faubourg St John Neighborhood Association put together a survey around the Slow Streets initiative. Click here to share your thoughts. You can also share comments directly with the Department of Public Works by sending an email to roadwork@nola.gov

Special Thanks
Thanks to the City of New Orleans, the Mayor’s Office of Transportation, Health Department, Department of Public Works and Dist. A Councilmember Giarusso for making this possible, and to our partners at the Complete Streets Coalition, Bike Easy, Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association, the Krewe of Red Beans, and many neighbors and transportation advocates for their thoughtful advocacy and planning.


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  • Brie Bryant
    published this page in Blog 2020-05-07 13:24:39 -0500