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Elevated Access
Logan Bus Area
Currently, the Logan Bus Company leases land from the City to park buses on this particular area of the QueensWay. The specific alignment of the QueensWay in this area would be dependent upon discussions with the City and Logan Bus.
New Bridge
Reconstructs on-site fallen bridge to provide north south connection
Connection to Forest Park Trails
Gateway to Myrtle Ave.
Gateway at Woodhaven Blvd.
Improved Crossing
Rehabilitated Bridges
Existing bridges at Union Turnpike connected to increase park space and improve crossing experience.
Forest View Crescent Parking Lot
Currently, the Forest View Crescent apartments parking lot that is leased from the City runs across the future QueensWay area. The trail would run through a portion of this site with a reconfiguration of the parking lot area with a goal of no loss of parking spaces.
Yellowstone Entrance
Multi-Function Sports Space
Fitness Zone
Adjacent to Pavilion
Shaded Bleacher Seating
Batting Cage
New location for existing batting cage and new cages added for Glendale Little League.
Rock Climbing Zone
Playground
New play area adds to the program at the Glendale Little League Fields.
Recreational Lawn
Provides area for active and passive recreation activities.
Adventure Playground
Combines elements of nature and play to give children a play experience that is unique to the location.
Landscape Bleachers
Multipurpose Seating
Recreational Lawn
Adjacent to Ballfield
Activity Space for Local Schools
Green Infrastructure Demonstrations
Green infrastructure is featured throughout the site as an integrated element that can provide educational value.
Bioswales
Planted areas to collect stormwater runoff.
Nature Learning Signage
Signage components aid visitors and students in plant identification.
Canopy Walk
Outdoor Classrooms
Educational Planting
BBQ + Picnic Area
Picnic and BBQ spaces grant Little League teams, school groups, and community members areas to gather and enjoy food.
Bioswale
Planted areas to collect stormwater runoff.
Habitat Wetland
Bioswale
Planted areas to collect stormwater runoff.
Bioswale
Planted areas to collect stormwater runoff.
Connection Between Jamaica Ave. and the QueensWay
Potential Space for Street Fair
Adaptive Reuse Substation for Cultural Facility
Trestle Restoration
Covered Recreation + Event Space
Viewing Platforms
Adaptable Viaduct Space
Cultural Events and Performance Space
Group Exercise Path
Flexible Use Pavilion
Underpass Gathering Space
Located under Park Road Bridge. Small plaza space is provided beneath underpass for cultural and education activities.
Temporary Use Space
Adjacent parking areas can be transformed into farmers markets when not in use
North Passage
Generous buffers provide privacy and security for neighboring residents.
South Passage
Generous buffers provide privacy and security for neighboring residents.
Event & Safety Lighting
Lighting along the QueensWay reflects the needs of the context and program.
ADA Accessible Ramp
ADA Accessible Ramp
ADA Accessible Ramp
Restroom + Maintenance Facility
Restroom + Maintenance Facility
Access Point
Connection to Forest Park Drive (Part of Brooklyn Queens Greenway)
Access Point
Burns St.
Access Point
Dartmouth St.
Access Point
Fleet St.
Access Point
73rd Ave.
Access Point
Glendale Ballfield
Access Point
Victory Field
Access Point
Park Road (Bridge Crosses Over QueensWay)
Access Point
Metropolitan Ave.
Access Point
Union Turnpike
Access Point
Liberty Ave.
Access Point
Union Turnpike
Access Point
Myrtle Ave.
Exercise (Bike and Running Opportunities)
Space for Gatherings
Bike Connection to Subways
Security and Privacy for Nearby Homes
Off-Street Commuting Routes
Space for Gardening
Improved Gateway to Forest Park
Reduce Parking with Bike/Walk Access
Improved Sense of Park Safety
Difficult Access Across Woodhaven
Lack of Connection: Victory Field to Forest Park
Food and Programs at Forest Park
Maintenance, Lighting of Park Space
Safe Routes to Schools
Easy Connections to Local Shops
Partnership with Local Schools
Outdoor Gathering Space
Improved Access to Local Parks
Better Access to Forest Park
Nature Learning Opportunities
Space for Events and Gatherings
Maintenance of Open Spaces
Activity Space for Youth and Families
Gathering spaces for school groups or performances provide amphitheater seating and are pulled away from the activity of the path.
Safe Bike Routes for Commuting
Exciting Connection to Ballfields