The Little Neck LiNk: A Proposal for Revitalizing the Little Neck Parkway Bus Corridor

The Little Neck Parkway bus corridor is the only longitudinal bus connection east of Alley Pond Park, and its current schedule does not meet the adequate needs of our communities. This proposal extends the Q46 up Little Neck Parkway to the LIRR station and increases the operation hours of weekday Q36 service, so that the Little Neck Pkwy bus corridor can be made useful for those commuting to and from work. Saturday Q36 service will also be introduced to Q79 levels, so that people can participate in community events without the added cost and stress of parking.… Read More The Little Neck LiNk: A Proposal for Revitalizing the Little Neck Parkway Bus Corridor

Free Kissena Way Walking History Tour on November 24th

If you want to walk off some of the extra pounds from your Thanksgiving feast, join us on Friday, November 24th for a local history tour. We’ll visit institutions we’re thankful for, like the Queens Botanical Gardens, and talk about some neighborhood additions that are still in progress, like the Kissena Corridor Park Mediation Garden… Read More Free Kissena Way Walking History Tour on November 24th

Come Celebrate the Installation of Protected Bike Lanes on Northern Boulevard

The Northern Boulevard bike lanes are a huge infrastructure improvement for our community.  For the first time residents in Douglaston and Little Neck will have a safe connection to Bayside and Bay Terrace without having to use a car or bus.  We know how dangerous Northern Boulevard was before, injuring hundreds and killing a cyclist… Read More Come Celebrate the Installation of Protected Bike Lanes on Northern Boulevard

Councilman Grodenchik Secures $5.25 Million to Repave the Vanderbilt Motor Parkway

The Vanderbilt Motorparkway is as good as a superhighway to anyone who walks, runs, or bikes in Northeastern Queens. The scenic trail winds through residential neighborhoods and connects Alley Pond and Cunningham Parks. Originally constructed in the 1920’s, it’s needed and received little maintenance since. The last time it was repaved was in the 1970’s.… Read More Councilman Grodenchik Secures $5.25 Million to Repave the Vanderbilt Motor Parkway

Learn-To-Ride Class For for Autistic Beginners on November 12th

Since August, I, Joelle Galatan, an EQGA member, have been working with Bike New York’s Learn-to-Ride program, as well as schools that serve children with intellectual disabilities such as ELIJA (Empowering Long Island through Its Journey with Autism) to help create and organize a safe, fun, and inclusive environment for individuals ages eight and up… Read More Learn-To-Ride Class For for Autistic Beginners on November 12th

EQGW Wins New Traffic Signal for Kissena Park Civic

The Kissena Park Civic reached out to us last year, requesting traffic claiming at Rose Avenue and Parsons Boulevard. Crashes at that intersection have injured many of our neighbors including a motorcycle hit-and-run that severed the leg of a 77 year old pedestrian (he eventually passed away due to his injuries). We just found out… Read More EQGW Wins New Traffic Signal for Kissena Park Civic