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Pedestrians and theatregoers will be able to move more freely in the Times Square area under New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's pilot plan to close five blocks of Broadway to automobile traffic.

Bloomberg announced on Feb. 26 that beginning in May Broadway between 42nd Street and 47th Street will become a pedestrian mall, with café tables, umbrellas, planters and room for cyclists and foot traffic. Seventh Avenue runs (somewhat) parallel to Broadway at Times Square and would take on the major southbound traffic burden. Cross streets would continue to be open, feeding the theatre district.



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