Since the mayor launched the new Open Streets initiative, allowing more pedestrians and cyclists to have room to recreate and walk, several north Brooklyn streets have been included in the program.
Berry Street between North 12th Street and Broadway, stretching nearly a mile, will be managed by the local police precinct.
So will South 9th Street between Berry Street and Driggs Avenue, a 0.17-mile area, and Grand Street between Roebling Street and Marcy Avenue, covering 0.16 miles.
At McCarren Park, Nassau Avenue between Banker Street and Lorimer Street, covering 0.14 miles, will be closed off to cars.
The streets around Maria Hernandez Park in Bushwick and Cooper Park in East Williamsburg are also part of the initiative.