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Morrisania »

A group of urban designers proposed a line connecting The Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn.

Upper West Side »

The Parks Department is propsing creating a new bike-only path in Riverside Park in exchange.

Queens Village »

CB13 sent a letter to the DOT asking the agency to conduct a feasibility study of the project.

Little Neck »

Greenway advocates will gather at the Long Island Motor Parkway this Sunday.

Inwood »

The 1-mile path for pedestrians and cyclists stretches south from Dyckman Street.

Astoria »

The lanes are part of the Queens East River and North Shore Greenway.

Washington Heights »

Fort Washington Park will be revamped and restored as part of the city's $40 million plan.  

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The city took a major step Wednesday toward closing the gaping hole in the East River's greenway that has cut residents off from the waterfront between East 38th and 60th streets.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Department of Transportation officials plan to unveil a new proposal to improve pedestrian and cycling safety at the 181st Street Greenway entrance on Riverside Drive.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

East Side pols are hosting public forums in August and Septmber to get input on negotiations giving the UN a park in exchange for other parkland and waterfront access.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

The Department of Transportation said it would work with Community Board 12 to implement safety changes to the area.

Manhattan »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he envisions the waterfront as the city's "sixth borough."

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Proponents and opponents of bike lanes in Upper Manhattan are invited to share their views at a CB12 meeting Monday.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

After receiving a plan to add bike lanes in Washington Heights and Inwood, Board 12 asked for more community input.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

A walk through Swindler Cove Park, one of Manhattan's best kept secret gardens in the middle of Inwood.