Tomorrow night, Brooklyn's Community Board 6 will discuss the future of 9th Street between Third Avenue and Prospect Park West for a while. The Department of Transportation has proposed a plan that would improve pedestrian safety and create bike lanes along 9th Street; you can see the plan here. Streetsblog says it's "a great plan" "from a Livable Streets perspective," but notes opposition from residents who are worried they won't be able to double park their cars.

Transportation Alternatives has an e-fax website where you can send your support of the plan to CB6. And we found this graphic from the DOT's proposal fascinating. We wish this information were available for more locations.