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Reference > Transportation Planning > Roadway Planning & Other Projects Printer Friendly Version
Inventory of Decking Opportunities Over Transportation Propertiesw, 2008

Overview:
Inventory of Opportunities Over Transportation PropertiesInventory of Decking Opportunities over Transportation Properties (2008), catalogues approximately 1,000 acres of subgrade road and rail corridors throughout the city, plus rail yards. While building in any of these corridors would be complex, were they to be decked over, opportunities would be provided to reunite communities and create the potential for new surface-level uses.  The inventory is intended as a  tool for stakeholders involved in any future planning for these sites.


Report: The report is available in parts in PDF Document PDF format:

Cover, Foreword & Executive Summary - 2.1 mb

Corridor Descriptions - 30 k
Transit and Railroad Open Cuts:
Bronx - Part 1 - 4.5 mb
Bronx - Part 2 - 3.5 mb
Bronx - Part 3 - 3.6 mb
Brooklyn - 4.8 mb
Manhattan - 1.8 mb
Queens - Part 1 - 5.5 mb
Queens - Part 2 - 3.7 mb
Queens - Part 3 - 5.3 mb
Staten Island - 5.3 mb

Transit and Railroad Yards:
Bronx - 2.5 mb
Brooklyn - 3.9 mb
Manhattan - 1.1 mb
Queens - 4.9 mb

Roadway Open Cuts:
Bronx - Part 1 - 6.2 mb
Bronx - Part 2 - 7.1 mb
Bronx - Part 3 - 6.4 mb
Brooklyn - 7.4 mb
Manhattan - 2.9 mb
Queens - Part 1 - 4.6 mb
Queens - Part 2 - 6.1 mb
Queens - Part 3 - 6.7 mb
Queens - Part 4 - 4.4 mb
Staten Island - 3.5 mb

Appendices and Acknowledgements - 1.5 mb





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