The city just announced the full list of Open Streets for 2022, including seven new and nine returning car-free blocks in Upper Manhattan.
Some are already up and running, while others will debut later this summer (opening dates are listed for those coming later in the year).
The Open Streets program first launched at the starts of the pandemic in April 2020.
The city has the full list of Open Street hours and community partners.
New Open Streets in Upper Manhattan, from south to north:
E 115th Street: Pleasant Avenue to 1st Avenue (9/10)
E 115th Street: Park Avenue to Park Avenue (5/28)
W 115th Street: St. Nicholas Avenue to Lenox Avenue
La Salle Street: Broadway to Claremont Avenue (4/28)
W 158th Street: Broadway to Amsterdam Avenue
W 188th Street: Amsterdam Avenue to Audubon Avenue
W 196th Street: Broadway to Ellwood Street (4/25)
Returning Open Streets in Upper Manhattan:
E 100th Street: Park Avenue to 3rd Avenue (5/28)
E 101st Street: Park Avenue to 3rd Avenue (5/28)
Amsterdam Avenue: Cathedral Parkway to West 111th Street
E 119th Street: Street End to Pleasant Avenue
W 120th Street: Lenox Avenue to Mt. Morris Park West
W 159th Street: Broadway to Amsterdam Avenue (7/11)
W 164th Street: Edgecombe Avenue to Amsterdam Avenue (7/11)
W 182nd Street: Amsterdam Avenue to Audubon Avenue (4/15)
Academy Street: Broadway to Vermilyea Avenue (7/11)