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NEW YORK CITY-The Design Trust for Public Space—the nonprofit that claims to have jumpstarted the High Line—has announced that it will work with the city’s Department of Transportation to revive and animate public spaces below the city’s elevated transit infrastructure.

Its Under the Elevated: Reclaiming Space, Connecting Communities campaign will engage community leaders, planners, architects, artists, and cultural organizations to develop strategies to maximize the function, use, and spatial qualities of the millions of square feet of space underneath New York City’s bridges, and elevated highways, subways, and rail lines, according to the announcement.

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