NEW YORK - The High Line in Manhattan will reopen to the public later this month with limited capacity.
Beginning July 16, the park will be open seven days a week from noon until 8 p.m.
Visitors will enter at Gansevoort Street and only be allowed to walk one way - heading north to 23rd Street.
The staircases at 14th, 16th, 20th and 23rd Streets will be exit only - as will the elevators at 14th and 23rd Streets - except for those with mobility needs.
Bathrooms will be open but food vendors will not.
To ensure everyone can stay six feet apart, only a limited number of people will be permitted on the High Line at once.
To avoid waiting in line you can make a reservation for a specific time in advance at thehighline.org.
Reservations open next Thursday, July 9 at 10 a.m.
An announcement is expected in the coming weeks about plans to open the High Line north of 23rd Street.