"Battery Park City and the Authority are not just about the buildings – it’s about the character of the community that has developed over time. Public space has had a new renaissance in New York City, but here in Battery Park City is where it started."


President & CEO
  • 06/05
  • Community
  • Environment
  • Governance
  • Urban Planning


As part of the preparation of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) in support of the North/West Battery Park City Resiliency Project (NWBPCR), during the week of June 5, 2023, BPCA will begin conducting vehicular and pedestrian traffic counts as required by the New York City Department of Transportation. Traffic counts of this sort are required to inform the environmental review process on construction projects across the city.

To facilitate this effort, a series of cameras has been temporarily installed to collect data along some roadways and parks paths in Battery Park City over the course of this month. Data collection will be complete and the cameras removed by the end of June.

Questions and feedback about NWBPCR can be sent to nwbpcrinfo@bpca.ny.gov or:

Battery Park City Authority
200 Liberty Street, 24th Floor
New York, NY 10281
att: North/West BPC Resiliency Project Team

Read more about NWBPCR by clicking here.

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