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Queensway

It was once estimated to cost $100 million.
Is central Queens the logical place for an expensive park project, or are we going to build a complicated park just because we can?
The QueensWay, similar in concept to the High Line but in, you know, Queens, took one small step closer to realization today with the release of new renderings for the above-ground park.
Rail, not trail, is gaining momentum in Queens.
Take a walk through what one day could be a High Line in Queens.
A Woodhaven resident has been airing his opposition to the park through his blog NoWay QueensWay, and he's urging other people in Queens to get on board.
The park would run along the tracks of the now-defunct Rockaway Line of the Long Island Railroad, a straight 3.5 mile shot from Rego Park to Ozone Park.
With The High Line a success, lots of other attempts to reclaim land for parks have been popping up. We particularly dig a plan to turn 3.5 miles of abandoned LIRR tracks into "The QueensWay."
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