Newsday reports that plans for what the city plans to do with the High Line will be revealed in October. But, apparently the federal Surface Transportation Board may have a final say in what happens. One idea is to create a Highline district, like Gramercy Park. More from Newsday: "The city's rezoning plan ends at 30th Street, leaving unclear the fate of the remaining four-block-long section to 34th Street. A preliminary cost estimate for conversion of the line south of 30th Street has been set at $60 million, Hammond said. A portion of the work would be privately funded. City Council Speaker Gifford Miller has pledged $15.75 million."
New York City Department of City Planning and the non-profit group, Friends of the High Line, who has been trying to save the High Line