Stella didn’t dump as much snow on NYC as predicted, but there was enough to make for some fine sneckdowns.
If you’re just joining us, sneckdowns are neckdowns formed by driving patterns in snow. They’re great for highlighting unused asphalt — street space that, if reclaimed for people, would calm traffic and make walking safer.
As yesterday’s snow melts away, it’s a busy time for sneckdown spotters in NYC. Let’s have a look.
Molly Tran filmed a Harlem sneckdown in all its traffic-calming glory:
— Molly Tran (@WalkingNPR) March 15, 2017
On the Upper East Side, meanwhile, it looks like there’s plenty of room to add space for people on Third Avenue:
— Liam Jeffries (@ljeff1000) March 15, 2017
Ditto Austin Street and 63rd Drive in Rego Park:
— Jessame (@belleoflonglake) March 14, 2017
Finally, here’s Doug Gordon with a Park Slope sneckdown trifecta:
— Brooklyn Spoke (@BrooklynSpoke) March 15, 2017
Got a Stella sneckdown to share? Use the #sneckdown hashtag on Twitter. We’ll be watching out for material for another round-up.
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