Young Activists Call For Bike Lane, Pedestrian Walkway In Rockaway Peninsula
As the Rockaway Peninsula continues to rebuild following Superstorm Sandy, some young activists say they have a great idea to fill a prominent empty space. The Rockaway Freeway, a 5-mile stretch that sits unde the elevated A subway tracks, is an unfriendly space for those on two feet or two wheels. Some young activsits are now calling for a bike lane and pedestrian walkway to fill the space. CBS 2's Tony Aiello reports.
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