Download helpful reference material here.

NYCDOT continued vibration monitoring from February to March 2020 at 5 residential buildings. Read the report here.

NYCDOT conducted vibration monitoring for 17 residential buildings along the triple cantilever in 2017 and 2019. Read the summary of reports here.  

Full reports and vibration monitoring raw data can be obtained by request. This data requires Microsoft Excel to view.

Draft Scope of Work Jan 17 2018

Draft Scope of Work Appendices:

Belt Parkway Truck Access Study:

  • In June 2015 NYCDOT hosted a charrette as a way to determine some early action items that would help in project planning. As a follow up to that, NYCDOT looked into the technical feasibility of using the Belt Parkway as an alternate to the BQE Triple Cantilever during the rehabilitation. The link provides the studies that led to the conclusion that Belt Parkway is not a suitable alternate route.
  • Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

AutoCAD files of the existing alignment and profile of this section of BQE can be obtained by request. These files require engineering software and background, and were shared at the request of people developing project concepts. The files are provided only as reference and are not meant to be considered stamped survey. Use of these files for concept development is at the discretion of the user.