One new temporary protected bike lane and four more open streets are coming to Upper Manhattan.
They are part of the 23 new miles of open streets the city announced this week.
During the lockdown Mayor de Blasio introduced a plan that aims to make as many as 100 miles of roadway accessible to New Yorkers for safe recreation during the pandemic.
The new temporary protected bike lane is:
Fifth Avenue between 110th and 120th Streets
The newest open streets are, from south to north:
• 101st Street between Third and Park Avenues
• 120th Street between Mt. Morris Park West and Lenox Avenue
• 129th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr and Frederick Douglass Boulevards
• Audubon Avenue between W 183rd and W 193rd Streets
And here are the 10 others that have opened uptown since May:
• 114th Street between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and Manhattan Avenue
• 115th Street between Third and Park Avenues, open 2pm-5:30pm weekdays
• Morningside Avenue between Manhattan Avenue and 116th Street
• 117th Street between Fifth and Morningside Avenues
• 138th Street between Malcolm X and Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevards
• 143rd Street between Fifth Ave and Malcolm X Boulevard
• Edgecombe Avenue between 145th Street and St. Nicholas Place (more or less 155th Street)
• Laurel Hill Terrace between Amsterdam Avenue near 182nd Street and Amsterdam Avenue and 188th Street
•Margaret Corbin Drive between Fort Washington Avenue and Cabrini Boulevard (inside Fort Tryon Park)
• Dyckman Street between Broadway and Seaman Avenue