Routes and Areas (lines and polygons) Model Map

Lines and Areas (test)

With this new capability of adding lines and areas to Open Green Maps, we are excited to present these new options! 
What do you think? Do the lines and areas match the icons? Is each type easy to differentiate? What's missing?
Your feedback is welcome!

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August 27, 2020

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Open air music and performance are a staple in this park
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This is one of NYC's Chinatowns! There are several great places to discover along the way, including favorite gathering places, museums and cafe streets. Note that some locations are not active due to...
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14 blocks long, running from Houston to the East River, provide outdoor seating, strolling, bike lanes and a bit of art. Formerly the 2nd Ave Elevated IRT, it has a storied past.. While it still has m...
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This evolving shopping district is a draw for tourists as well as locals, and many of the shops have been there for generations. Orchard Street is car-free every Sunday and in the Covid Era, sections ...
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This dedicated lane is on the street and buffered by parked cars. it's a pleasure!
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Going north from the Battery, there is much to see along the riverside! This photo is from Untapped City's article on Battery Park....
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There are popular 2 way bike lanes on this bridge - yes, there are an increasing number of micromobility devices and eBikes alongside the bikes. The south side is popular with pedestrians and runners....
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Check it out! Riverside refreshment from Pier 35 (the Eco Park), around the public space of Pier 36, past Pier 42 and along the esplanade through the pinch point to 23rd St and beyond through East Riv...
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Testing this marker
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Soar over the East River on this popular cycling route on the north side of the bridge (the south side is for pedestrians). There's a bicycle counter on the Manhattan side, always fun to see how many ...
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Well, to be honest, there are not many unpaved bike paths in lower Manhattan! So for testing purposes, we selected one with a little gravel.
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New York is a great city for walking - here are the lower 100 blocks to explore! Did you know Broadway goes all the way to Albany? On a bit of a ridge, it's a road that was here before Dutch settlers ...
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This is your chance to walk on soft wood chips through a permaculture-style food forest that feeds many species, including humans, that can be seen foraging amongst the native plants for wild greens, ...
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All along the west side of Manhattan island, the Greenway is a haven for people on the go.
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So many of our environmental problems come from the relentless pressure to generate profits, so we are designating Wall Street as a hazard zone!
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This modest-sized green space hosts a remarkable array of events, protests, our largest GreenMarket and much more
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A small, lively square park that is protected by wonderful American Elm trees and Red Tailed Hawks. To spot the big birds, look where you see people watching them. Photo from EVgrieve.com, a longtime...
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So much could be generated if we decked over this urban freeway, which is slated to become the free zone when 'congestion pricing' starts in 2021. The vision below is from the Big U, which became the ...
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Protecting wildlife and diplomats and world leaders, this protected area is in the East River, a tidal estuary
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Trees at the south east corner of the park are a popular Sparrow roost
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Let the dogs run and play in this convivial section of the park. Big dogs and little dogs each have their own fenced in runs.
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