Please note: Arrows along the borders of this map mark areas where the sidewalk on only one side of the street (not including the space between the lampposts and the curb) is within the eruv. The numbers superimposed on the map reference important details below.

1. On Third Avenue, between 50th and 55th Streets, only the east side of the street is in the eruv.

2. On 55th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, only the north side of the street is in the eruv. The intersection of 6th Avenue and 55th Street is not in the eruv. Accordingly, a person walking (and carrying) westward on 55th Street should turn right on the northeast corner of the intersection, crossing 6th Avenue at 56th Street. A person walking (and carrying) southward on 6th Avenue, between 56th and 55th Streets, intending to head eastward on 55th Street, should travel on the east side of 6th Avenue and turn left on the northeast corner of the intersection with 55th Street.

3. On 56th Street, between Broadway and Tenth Avenue (Amsterdam), only the north side of the street is in the eruv. On Tenth Avenue, between 56th and 58th Streets, only the east side of the street is in the eruv. On 58th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh (West End) Avenues, only the north side of the street is in the eruv. On West End Avenue, between 58th and 60th Streets, only the east side of the street is in the eruv.

4. Riverside Park, on the east side of the West Side Highway from 72nd Street to 95th Street, is included in the eruv. Portions of Riverside Park west of the West Side Highway or north of 95th Street are not included.

5. On Amsterdam Avenue, between 126th (St. Mary’s Place) and 122nd Streets, only the west side of the street is in the eruv. On 126th Street (St. Mary’s Place), between Amsterdam and Broadway, only the south side of street is in the eruv.

6. On Cathedral Parkway, between Columbus and Manhattan Avenues, only the south side of the street is in the eruv. On Manhattan Avenue, between Cathedral Parkway and 111th Street, only the east side of the street is in the eruv.

7. On 111th Street, between Manhattan Avenue and the FDR Drive, only the south side of the street is in the eruv. See note 8 for an important exception to this note.

8. The intersection of 111th Street and Park Avenue is not included in the eruv. When walking (and carrying) east or west on 111th Street, turn south on Park Avenue and cross at 110th Street.

9. The FDR Drive overpass walkway at 111th Street is not included in the eruv.