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New York streets will be car-free this weekend for Earth Day


NEW YORK — Certain streets in New York will be closed to cars this weekend in honor of Earth Day.

This Saturday only, the following nine corridors will be closed to traffic and open to pedestrians:

  • Bronx, Roberto Clemente Plaza, 3rd Avenue, 148th Street to 149th Street
  • Bronx, Southbound Mosholu Parkway, Van Cortlandt Avenue East to Bainbridge Avenue
  • Brooklyn, Tompkins Avenue, Gates Avenue to Halsey Street
  • Manhattan, Avenue B, East 6th Street to East 14th Street
  • Manhattan, Broadway, East 17th Street to West 42nd Street
  • Manhattan, Dyckman Street, Quisqueya Plaza at Dyckman Marina
  • Manhattan, St. Nicholas Avenue, 181st Street to 190th Street
  • Queens, 34th Avenue, 69th Street to 94th Street
  • Staten Island, Minthorne Street, Bay Street to Victory Boulevard

This is the fifth installment of Car-Free Earth Day and the largest Earth Day celebration the city has ever hosted. For more information on the celebrations, Click here.

You can watch the CBS News New York special “Earth Day: Invest in Our Planet” streaming at 9 a.m. Friday, and join us at 12:30 p.m. for a one-hour special “Eye on Earth: Climate Impact “.


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