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Death Avenue[ edit ] Former elevated highway, looking north at the Chambers Street ramps Before the West Side Highway was built, the road along the Hudson River was a busy one, with significant cross traffic going to docks and ferries. According to Enright, "During business hours West Street [was] the most congested thoroughfare in the city.
Vast quantities of the city's foodstuffs [were] handled in the territory adjacent to West Street. At the time, Eleventh Avenue was popularly known as "Death Avenue" owing to the dangers of the surface line.
The elevated structure would eliminate grade crossings over 84 blocks. The planned highway would no longer go to the Battery, instead ending at Canal Streetmeeting the Holland Tunnel which would open to traffic on November 13, The northern terminus was set at 72nd Street and Riverside Drive.
Ramps were planned at Canal Street23rd StreetRiverside Driveand at least two other locations. They attacked Miller as trying to push the plan through without input from the Port Authority. It was also believed that giving NYCRR elevated tracks on the west side would allow the railroad to monopolize freight and raise prices.
He said that if the Port Authority could put forward a comprehensive plan within five years, he would put his full support behind it. He also pointed out that his plan was only one part of his "comprehensive plan for the relief of traffic congestion"; he had already widened many avenues and removed several Midtown elevated railroad spurs.
He said the plan would not give the NYCRR any rights they did not already have; it was merely a relocation of existing tracks. The tracks had been on the surface for 55 years despite legal action taken against them, and Miller claimed they would be there for another 50 if nothing were done.
The elevated railroad was removed from the plan, since NYCRR had come up with a separate project for partially elevating and depressing their railroad now known as the High Line.
According to Miller, there were questions over who would own and maintain the dual structure. There were also objections to its height of 40 feet 12 m and its placement at the east building line of the existing surface roads.
The elevated highway was to connect to a planned parkway now the Henry Hudson Parkway at 72nd Streetforming a highway free from cross traffic stretching from Canal Street to th Street.
The elevated road was to be 60 feet 18 m wide, wide enough for six lanes of traffic; the existing surface road would carry local traffic beneath the highway.
Slow-moving traffic would use the left lanes, due to the left-hand ramps. This contrasts with the current method of using the left lane for passing and putting ramps on the right side, and to the method popular around the s of putting ramps on whichever side was easier.
The highway would "carry buses that will make both its conveniences and its beauties available to the general public", according to Miller.
He suggested Hudson River Boulevard for the name of the highway. It would be built of steelwith a cement face. A three-foot 1 m sidewalk would be built for pedestriansalthough the highway was intended mainly for motor vehicles. Two-block-long ramps would be provided with easy grades for entering and exiting the highway.
Trucks would be allowed on the highway. Berry questioned the proposal until he realized the money would come from tax assessments, at which time he agreed with the project.
The highway plan was linked to a plan by the city for more piers for ocean steamships; since the highway required land takings between 47th Street and 51st Streetit was easier to combine the projects and prevent additional expense. It was split into two sections, Section one went from Canal Street to 59th Street.
They cited increasing traffic and the need of a bypass route to support the highway, which would cost little in comparison to its benefits. Miller spoke at a meeting of the Market and Business Men's Association of the Greenwich and Chelsea Districts on October 30,detailing plans for the highway.
It was announced that between 90 and meat and poultry dealers in the West Washington Market and the Gansevoort Market would be evicted to make way for the highway. The alignment in the Chelsea district was slightly modified to avoid proposed piers, and the path through the markets was realigned to pass over a corner of the property.
In addition, the 14th Street ramps were moved to the area between 19th Street and 23rd Streetwhere they would spare many markets at 14th Street. A linear corridor would be built from the Battery to Yonkers.
A freight railroad would lie underground. On ground level would be roads alongside the corridor and an indoor enclosed sidewalk.
The mezzanine, between the first and second floors, would be occupied by office space.
This service would be free, and would be a substitute for new subways in the corridor. Above the second floor would be about ten stories of apartments, offices, businesses, and other uses appropriate for the neighborhoods; these would be the main source of revenue to pay for the project.
A high-speed motor parkway, open to passenger cars only, would lie on top. Cars would reach the upper level via ramps at both ends and elevators at convenient intervals. Benjamin Battina professor at Swarthmore CollegePennsylvania, had a similar plan for an eight-story high boulevard.Joseph P.
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