MNLA is redesigning Tillary and Adams Streets in Brooklyn to create a safer, more welcoming arrival into downtown Brooklyn. Until now, bikes, cars, and pedestrians are abruptly pushed into the busy interaction at the terminus of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Reconstruction of this heavily-used intersection enhances traffic safety while providing identity and orientation for the millions of tourists and residents who cross the Brooklyn Bridge each year. The project includes diverse traffic calming strategies including intersection neckdowns and planted medians.
This project achieves a signature New York City initiative to reduce pedestrian accidents.