Traffic & Public Transportation in Park Slope : Questions & Answers

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Elizabeth Bo…, Real Estate Pro in Cambridge, MA
Elizabeth Bolton answered:
A street name in Park Slope was changed during the latter part of the 19th century due to some type of scandal...
It was DeGraw Street - part of which was renamed Lincoln Place in 1873 after a murder at a house on DeGraw. Kate Stoddard, spurned by her lover Charles Goodrich, shot him in the head a ... more
2 votes Share Flag Sun Oct 21, 2012 Traffic & Public Transportation in Park Slope
Sonni Woodbu…, Real Estate Pro in Prospect Heights
Sonni Woodbury answered:
How easy it to get around Park Slope with public transportation (buses, trains, subways, etc)?
Park Slope is served by several subway lines. On the south, there is the F train, whioh goes up 9th St on its way to and from Coney Island. On the North (by Flatbush Ave) there are more ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Apr 23, 2007 Traffic & Public Transportation in Park Slope
Sonni Woodbu…, Real Estate Pro in Prospect Heights
Sonni Woodbury answered:
Are there any major traffic problems in Park Slope?
No major problems, but be aware that alternate side parking will crowd some of the narrower streets one or two days a week. Parking in general is tough but manageable.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Apr 23, 2007 Traffic & Public Transportation in Park Slope
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