Green light for car-free policy
NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 27: In this handout provided by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), a perigee full moon, or supermoon, is seen next to the Empire State Building on September 27, 2015 in New York City. The combination of a supermoon and total lunar eclipse last occurred in 1982 and will not happen again until 2033. (Photo by Joel Kowsky/ NASA via Getty Images)
Eastern Eye Staff
CAMPAIGNERS WELCOME BAN ON VEHICLES IN MAJORITY OF NEW YORK’S CENTRAL PARK NEW YORK’s iconic Central Park officially goes car-free on Wednesday (11), after the final vehicle drives through the green oasis and tourist magnet in the heart of America’s most populous urban jungle. City officials, park and cycling advocates were expected to join a bike ride late on Tuesday (10) behind the last car driving through the Manhattan park at 7pm, restoring the green space to its original use as a refuge and recreation venue. “For more than a century, we had turned parts of the world’s most iconic park…
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