Park update: The Interim Walkway at the Western Rail Yards (between 30th & 34th Streets) is temporarily closed today.

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30th Street Challenge
Give by June 22

To meet the demands of our busiest time of the year, we ask all friends of the High Line to help us raise a total of $30,000—$1,000 for each block of our 1.5-mile-long park along Manhattan’s West Side.

High Line Network, Webinar

Coast to Coast webinar: Equity and Public Space—what inequities does the current crisis amplify and how can we address them in the recovery?

Tuesday, May 12, 2020
1 – 2pm
Virtual Zoom event

The High Line Network has partnered with the Knight Foundation and Reimagining the Civic Commons to address equity and public space in the second episode of Coast to Coast. Coast to Coast is a weekly conversation sponsored by the Knight Foundation which takes a deep dive into cities and explores ideas and insights on building engaged communities in a time of rapid change.

How do we take advantage of this moment in time to redefine the infrastructure of communities, and the role of quality and accessible public space? With extreme economic and operational challenges facing our cities, how can we ensure equity and inclusivity leads in recovery?

Featuring special guests Carol Coletta (President and CEO of the Memphis River Parks Partnership), Alexa Bush (Director of Urban Design for the City of Detroit) and Stephen Gray (Harvard Assistant Professor and Founder of Grayscale Collaborative)

Register to attend via Zoom


About the Knight Foundation

Knight Foundation is a national foundation with strong local roots. They invest in journalism, in the arts, and in the success of cities where brothers John S. and James L. Knight once published newspapers. Their goal is to foster informed and engaged communities, which they believe are essential for a healthy democracy. Learn more at

About Reimagining the Civic Commons

Reimagining the Civic Commons is a national initiative to foster engagement, equity, environmental sustainability and economic development in our cities by revitalizing and connecting public places such as parks, trails, libraries and community centers. The collaborative initiative aims to demonstrate how strategic investments in our civic assets can connect people of all backgrounds, cultivate trust and create more resilient communities. Learn more at


The High Line Network is made possible by the founding support of The JPB Foundation. Major support is provided by Knight Foundation.