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Enjoy an eco-friendly block party, check out a back-to-school bash at MoMA PS1 or shop at a local fair. 

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The old Rockaway Beach Rail Line has been abandoned since the 1960s. 

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The proposed QueensWay would feature a fitness station, food concessions and a rock climbing zone.

Woodhaven »

Portions of Forest Park could become part of the proposed High Line-style QueensWay project.

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

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A group of cyclists will ride along the path of an abandoned Queens rail line.

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

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

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The Queensway designers are using Twitter, Facebook and Internet forums to get feedback on the project.

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The group wants to put the garden on MTA property behind the Home Depot on Woodhaven Boulevard.

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

Forest Hills »

Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder also says it will help revitalize the Rockaways.

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A plan to turn an abandoned rail line into the QueensWay park is meeting opposition from civic groups.

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The hearing will feature proposals on the use of abandoned Long Island Rail Road tracks in Queens.

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One of the proposals is to turn the Rockaway Beach Line into a park like the High Line.