NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to sign legislation making Open Streets permanent Thursday.
This comes as the city is expanding the popular program with Open Boulevards.READ MORE: New York Relaxes Most COVID Restrictions After Reaching 70% Vaccination Rate: 'A Momentous Day'
It will start with 10 boulevards or multiple blocks in a row where vehicles will not be allowed.READ MORE: Fireworks To Honor Essential Workers Tonight As New York Lifts Most COVID Restrictions
This will make way for outdoor dining, performances and community activities.
The closures will begin on a rolling basis across all five boroughs.MORE NEWS: Red Cross Makes Urgent Plea For Blood Donations As Trauma Cases, Transplants, And Surgeries Increase
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