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Physical Distance Design

Space planning and design (permanent or temporary) that encourages people to physically separate themselves.

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Physical Distance Design
A great place for active distancing, Pier 36 offers riverside refreshment and space to walk, run and bike. Access Pier 36 from Rutgers or Montgomery Street at the East River. Bonus - the south side co...
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14 blocks of public space, ideal for distancing on foot, by bicycle, skateboard, etc. Running from Houston Street to the East River, it's all contiguous (except the block just north of Delancey). Ever...
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Open daily 8 - 8, pedestrians are flocking to Ave B, from 14th to 6th st. Great for wheelchairs, strollers, shopping carts, bikes, skates - anything that rolls too. More to come!
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Explore the green space and cool site specific artworks, from the Battery heading North through a wonderfully laid out nature walk through Wagner, Rockefeller and Hudson River Parks, along the river's...
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8AM to 8 PM daily! see @Loisaida_OSCC for updates and events
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This Village street will become even more village-like in late 2021, as it will soon become a permanent open street, where cars are guests and slow down for people. Check out a [2019 plan](https://ww...
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Orchard Street has been car-free every Sunday for decades, originally so it can become an open air bargain district. With the Pandemic, the open street was extended to 8 am to 8pm daily.
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This area's open streets are a bit fragmented around Orchard Street's 'spine'. You'll see many open dining areas, too.
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