The proposal would have linked existing routes in community boards 3 and 8 via Fulton Street.
The board approved applications for Eugene & Co., Pilar's Cuban Eatery and Stonefruit Espresso.
The designation from the Landmarks Preservation Commission would come within the next year.
A block of Decatur Street could be co-named Tohma Y. Faulkner Way after the local activist.
The new stations will reach as far as Utica Avenue and enrollment will start this summer, DOT says.
The substance abuse treatment center offers mental health services and educational resources for men.
120 new residential units are slated for 71 Lewis Ave.
Previous city plans proposed eliminating the swimming pool at Jesse Owens due to lack of funding.
Locals are attempting to create a dialogue with developers to call for façades that blend with the area.
The pool at Jesse Owens Playground is not wheelchair accessible and needs upgrades.
Bed-Stuy residents gave a letter of approval to Fancy Nancy but shot down bids for three other bars.
Dathan Jones looks to use his experience in social work to bring change to the DeKalb Avenue bar.
A sign reading "Fallen Officers Way" was placed at the intersection of Tompkins and Myrtle avenues.
Teens over the age of 16 can join the decision-making process on city boards.
The board gave its approval for co-naming a Bed-Stuy block in honor of Detective Clarence Surgeon.
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