The Pandemic Gave New York City ‘Open Streets.’ Will They Survive?

34th Avenue in Queens has become the gold standard for an open street that puts people ahead of cars, but critics say it goes too far.

“These are the open spaces we have in our cities that everyone can access. Programming them so they are not just mobility corridors is absolutely a lesson of the pandemic.” – Mike Lydon, Street Plans

Read the article via The NY Times here.