The city's largest green space just got a whole lot greener.
Wednesday is the first full day of a car-free Central Park.
The last car passed through the park Tuesday, trailed by cycling advocates on bikes.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the plan in April to limit park traffic to cyclists and pedestrians.
"We can finally say that our crown jewel park, the place that was supposed to be the place for refuge and respite from the dare of the city, is now officially car-free," said Paul Steely White, executive director of Transportation Alternatives.
You don't have to worry about getting across town. Roadways that cross the park at 97th, 86th, 79th and 65th Streets will stay open for traffic.