The Brooklyn-Queens Greenway: Eastern Parkway Extension recommends four miles of new or improved multi-use off-street paths and on-street lanes and signed routes to connect the last remaining gap in the Brooklyn-Queens Greenway, a 40-mile route for cyclists and pedestrians extending from the Coney Island boardwalk on the Atlantic Ocean to Fort Totten, Queens, on the Long Island Sound. The plan links 13 major open spaces and builds on the historic paths on the malls of Eastern Parkway, the plan recommends a clear link between parks and open spaces in the Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, Weeksville, Ocean Hill, Broadway Junction, East New York, Brownsville, and Highland Park neighborhoods, significantly enhancing the opportunity for effective non-motorized transportation and recreation throughout Brooklyn and Queens.
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