Red Hook, a neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York City, has experienced sporadic economic growth partially due to a lack of connectivity to the city via public transit. Since the city would not extend the subway to Red Hook, local interest groups decided to reinvent Red Hook as the most bicycle-friendly area of New York. The Forum for Urban Design held a competition in 2008 to rethink the local transportation options. I was part of a 2-person team with Shraddha Srivastav Strennen. The Master Plan includes reviving the historic Brooklyn trolley system and retrofitting the streets to accommodate bikes. In addition to planning a comprehensive transit network, the transfer between modes was taken into particular consideration. Energy efficient transfer stations were designed for various transfers including 1) bike to ferry, 2) bike to trolley, and 3) bike to train.