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Rockaway Branch Would Cut Commuting Time for Thousands of Residents: Study

Queens College conducted a study to determine the best use for the abandoned rail line.

Forest Hills »

Proposed $120M Queens High Line to Feature Bike Paths and 'Adventure Park'

The Queensway plan calls for basketball courts, learning gardens and a recreational center.

Forest Hills »

Zip Line and Giant Slide Among Ideas Considered for Proposed QueensWay

Residents reviewed preliminary designs of a park at the abandoned railway.

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Queens College to Study Reactivating Abandoned Rail Line

The Rockaway Beach Rail Line is also being considered for the QueensWay, officials said.

Forest Hills »

Bike Lanes and Cross-Country Skiing Among Ideas for Proposed QueensWay

Some residents said they worry the project would impinge on their safety and privacy.

Forest Hills »

Design Firms Plan Queens 'High Line' on Abandoned Railway

Two prominent architecture firms will lead a study of the viability of the QueensWay project.

Forest Hills »

Weiner Wants to See QueensWay Get on Track

Advocates for the Queens version of the High Line are preparing for a feasibility study on the project.

Rego Park »

Plans for QueensWay Park Project Move Forward

Two firms are in the running to complete a feasibility study for the Queens High Line.

Ozone Park »

Toxic Chemical Cleanup Begins Soon Near Proposed Queens High Line

Toxic cleanup is planned near the site of the proposed QueensWay park.

Forest Hills »

Environmental Group Calls for Queens 'High Line' Feasibility Study

The Trust for Public Land is looking for a company to examine the feasibility of building the QueensWay.

Woodhaven »

New Web Site Opposes Building Queens High Line on Abandoned Railroad

No Way QueensWay asks locals to oppose developing the abandoned LIRR branch. 

Forest Hills »

Queens 'High Line' Moves Closer to Reality with $467K Grant

The QueensWay project would turn 3.5 miles of abandoned rail tracks into a public park.

Willowbrook »

First Part of Boy Scouts' Staten Island Camp Saved from Developers

The Trust for Public Land completed the first phase of preserving the 115-acre camp.

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