Multiple Manhattan politicians are pushing Mayor Adams to follow in his predecessor’s footsteps by limiting car traffic surrounding Rockefeller Center for the busy holiday season.
For two years towards the end of former Mayor Bill de Blasio’s tenure, two crosstown blocks adjacent to the famed Midtown holiday tourist attraction were closed to cars to promote pedestrian safety.
But with the holiday season fast approaching, Adams has yet to commit to the same street closures.
“It’s pretty late in the season. We would have hoped we’d have certainty by now,” Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine told The Post.
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