Gallery: City Proposes Plan to Make Bowling Green Sidewalks More Pedest...

The streets of the tourist-heavy tip of Lower Manhattan become crowded and unnavigable during the summer months (as we’re sure you know all too well if you work in the area), so the Department of Transportation has come up with a proposal that it hopes will ease up some of that pedestrian congestion. The DOT’s plan calls for widening the sidewalks around the Bowling Green area, and could make for a more friendly commute for visitors and New Yorkers alike. We think the idea makes perfect sense and fits in well with the city’s other initiatives to make itself into even more of a pedestrian-friendly town.

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