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The QueensLink is 3.5 mile long transit and park corridor which would connect northern and southern Queens.

With no new land left we need to rethink how we utilize the space we have left. Combining a new park with transit is a creative solution.

Residents along the corridor will have new options for getting around the city. Existing riders will have more service and a faster trip.

More transit means less need to drive and fewer cars means safer roads and less pollution.

By rebuilding the Rockaway Beach Branch right of way we have the potential to add 33 new acres of parks and protected bike paths.

The MTA Rockaway Beach Branch study found that over 47,000 riders would use the line a day if it was reactivated as a subway. But with the additional service added by extending the G, the QueensLink would help over 225,000 riders a day in Queens.

Parks + Transit

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QueensLink in the News

QueensLink isn't just about one borough.

All New Yorkers can benefit from the improved service. Find out how.

Why the QueensLink?