Many viewers have requested maps of the Long Island Motor Parkway so they can walk this historical road and find remnants of America's first parkway.
I have put together routes in Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties using a 1940 map which still showed the Long Island Motor Parkway right-of-way.
In the first of a three-part series, Click here for a pdf of the Queens LIMP map. Nassau County and Suffolk County maps will follow over the next week.
Long Island Motor Parkway highlights in Queens include:
-The Western Terminus of the Motor Parkway at Horace Harding Boulevard and Peck Avenue
-The Queens Greenway Bike Path from Cunningham Park to Alley Pond Park including hundreds of concrete posts
- Three original Motor Parkway bridges at 73rd Avenue, Hollis Hills Terrace and Springfield Boulevard
- The entrance and exit ramps to the Motor Parkway at Springfield Boulevard