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First Look: Detour No More on the Hudson River Greenway

Greenway_detour_no_more.jpgPhoto: John Trotter

If you biked down the Hudson River Greenway from the upper parts of Manhattan this morning, we've got some good news for your ride home. Here you see the freshly opened stretch between 83rd and 91st Street, which debuted today, giving cyclists a straight route without having to detour up through the middle of Riverside Park. The grand opening was also something of a symbolic occasion. Up until today this was the last missing piece in the greenway below the George Washington Bridge.

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