Kosciuszko Bridge Project Queens Park Survey
The New York State Department of Transportation’s (NYSDOT) Kosciuszko Bridge Project includes open space opportunities, including development of a new public park in Queens. The location of the new park, which was selected in conjunction with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and approved by Queens Community Board #2, is approximately bounded by 43rd Street, 55th Avenue, 54th Avenue and the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (see map below). Design of the new park will begin this year, and it’s anticipated it will be completed between 2020 and 2021. The new Brooklyn-bound bridge currently under construction will include a bikeway/walkway that will touch down on Laurel Hill Boulevard at 54th Road, a short distance from the new park.
The Queens park consists of two (2) parcels, located north and south of 54th Road. The smaller parcel (approximately 8,000 square feet) and the larger parcel (approximately 24,000 square feet) will provide opportunities for a variety of active and passive features. The new park will include a comfort station. To identify those features that would be most suitable for the area, we would like the input of the local community and other potential users of this destination park.
Name the top three (3) uses/amenities you would like to see for this space
How do you think this park would best serve future generations?
Landscaping, seating areas/benches, bicycle racks, drinking fountains and trash receptacles will also be included. If you have any questions, please contact Helen Neuhaus by email (
) or phone (917-887-0179).
Affiliation (if any)
Email / Phone
Please complete this survey and email to Helen Neuhaus at
by October 31, 2018.
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