The Hudson River Greenway is the longest greenway in Manhattan and the most heavily used bikeway in the United States. Almost one continuous esplanade from the George Washington Bridge on the north, south through Harlem, past the Hudson River Piers and the site of the World Trade Center to the Battery at the southern tip of Manhattan.
New York City has been piecing together existing walkways, esplanades and streets into one pathway. Since 1993, the Department of City Planning (DCP) has been active in the planning, design, promotion and implementation of new greenways.
Strategies and tactics
Reclaiming space – Infrastructure – Scaling