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Break Ground on Riverwalk in Riverside
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Parks & Recreation Commissioner Benepe break ground on a new bicycle and pedestrian path in Manhattan’s Riverside Park. The $13.3 million project will construct an over-water path, or Riverwalk, that will connect the Hudson River Esplanade from West 83rd to West 91st Streets, creating unbroken waterfront access from 59th Street to 133rd Street. The Mayor allocated over $13 million towards the project, with the remainder contributed through the federal Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. Construction will also include the planting of 31 trees and 357 shrubs.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Parks & Recreation Commissioner Benepe break ground on a new bicycle and pedestrian path in Manhattan’s Riverside Park. The $13.3 million project will construct an over-water path, or Riverwalk, that will connect the Hudson River Esplanade from West 83rd to West 91st Streets, creating unbroken waterfront access from 59th Street to 133rd Street. The Mayor allocated over $13 million towards the project, with the remainder contributed through the federal Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. Construction will also include the planting of 31 trees and 357 shrubs.
Mayor Bloomberg and Parks & Recreation Commissioner Benepe break ground on a new bicycle and pedestrian path in Manhattan’s Riverside Park. The $13.3 million project will construct an over-water path, or Riverwalk, that will connect the Hudson River Esplanade from West 83rd to West 91st Streets, creating unbroken waterfront access from 59th Street to 133rd Street. The Mayor allocated over $13 million towards the project, with the remainder contributed through the federal Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. Construction will also include the planting of 31 trees and 357 shrubs.
Mayor Bloomberg and Parks & Recreation Commissioner Benepe break ground on a new bicycle and pedestrian path in Manhattan’s Riverside Park. The $13.3 million project will construct an over-water path, or Riverwalk, that will connect the Hudson River Esplanade from West 83rd to West 91st Streets, creating unbroken waterfront access from 59th Street to 133rd Street. The Mayor allocated over $13 million towards the project, with the remainder contributed through the federal Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. Construction will also include the planting of 31 trees and 357 shrubs.
Mayor Bloomberg and Parks & Recreation Commissioner Benepe break ground on a new bicycle and pedestrian path in Manhattan’s Riverside Park. The $13.3 million project will construct an over-water path, or Riverwalk, that will connect the Hudson River Esplanade from West 83rd to West 91st Streets, creating unbroken waterfront access from 59th Street to 133rd Street. The Mayor allocated over $13 million towards the project, with the remainder contributed through the federal Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. Construction will also include the planting of 31 trees and 357 shrubs.

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