New York is becoming a cultural center for young women trying to disrupt the male-dominated industries of design engineering and sex toys.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JUNE 20, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - BRICK CITY MARKET LLC
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Bikes and buses are in, but private cars, Uber and Lyft, and bricks are out in a new plan to redesign, repave and modernize San Francisco’s grand civic boulevard, Market Street.The plan, which took eight years of debate, is designed to modernize Market Street and safely accommodate growing numbers of pedestrians, bicyclists and buses.“Market Street is our city’s major corridor, a major transit hub, a place people go shopping, get on the train, a place cyclists go down,” said Mohammed Nuru, director of Public Works.The Better Market Street plan struggled to accommodate everyone and everything — pedestrians, delivery trucks, bikes, buses, cars — in just 120 feet of pavement in width.Perhaps the biggest addition will be a continuous bike lane at sidewalk level but separated from pedestrians by a variety of barriers, including rails, benches, bike racks and planter boxes.Another casualty of the Market Street makeover will be the distinctive red-brick sidewalks, installed in the early 1970s, coinciding with BART’s arrival.In addition to the bike lanes at sidewalk level, the entire stretch will include dedicated Muni lanes in the center with taxis and commercial vehicles restricted to the curbside lanes.Simon Bertrang, the project manager, said the plan aims to speed the travel of Muni buses, especially its limited-stop rapid lines; improve safety for pedestrians and bicyclists in line with the city’s Vision Zero strategy; improve access for people with disabilities and enhance the look of Market Street.
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