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Bronx Metro - North Study
Overview

Overview | East New York | Bronx Metro - North | Climate Resilience

Overview | Public Participation

Stations: Melrose | University Heights | Tremont | Williams Bridge
Morris Heights | Fordham | Parkchester | Morris Park



Update: Monday, September 10, 2012

The Department of City Planning’s Bronx Sustainable Communities Project held a successful joint outreach event around the Morris Park Proposed Metro North Station in coordination with Metro North Railroad and the Bronx Borough Presidents Office.  The event was held at Albert Einstein College of Medicine just blocks away from the proposed Metro North station.  The Dean of Einstein College kicked off the event and Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. gave remarks in support of the planning efforts and their benefits to Bronx communities and the region.   The outreach forum was attended by approximately 60 local residents, institutional and business leaders, and local press.  Project representatives from both agencies presented overviews of their studies, fielded comments and received constructive feedback from attendees during a Q & A following the presentations, and in an ‘open house’ format hosted in the school’s lobby at the start of the event. 

Morris Park Open House
Morris Park Open House
Morris Park Presentation
Morris Park Presentation




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