- Posted May 20, 2010 by
New York, New York
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Travel snapshots: Otherworldly landscapes
New Yorkers vs Tourists: Divided Sidewalks?
- katie, CNN iReport producer
Here in New York City we have exclusive bike lanes in many avenues and streets.
Herald Square, Times Square, and Madison Square all have pedestrian areas, with 34th Street soon to follow.
But someone with a sense of humor, or maybe not, took it a step forward.
Next to one of the city's architectural landmarks, the Flatiron Building, on Fifth Avenue, between 23rd and 22nd street, a line was drawn on the sidewalk: tourists to one side, New Yorkers to the other.
Here are some photos of the new "divided sidewalk" in New York City.
Art project? Joke? Or a New Yorker rushing to work tired of groups of tourists in his/her way? Offbeat New York City.