Map Maker’s Notes:
This map was designed to be reproduced in black and white.
This map was made for the Northern Manhattan Environmental Justice Coalition.
The blue solid line representing the demarcation line between the boroughs of Manhattan and the Bronx is a physical division marked by a body of water (Harlem River).
The blue solid line representing the demarcation line between the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens is a virtual division marked by local city planning street designations.
The Gansevoort Marine Transfer Station (MTS) in Manhattan is no longer owned by the Department of Sanitation (DOS). It is presently owned by New York State as part of the Hudson River Park.
Although a Barge Unloading Facility (BUF) exists in Staten Island, it is not an enclosed facility. Thus, it is different from an Enclosed Barge Unloading Facility (EBUF).
The airplane over JFK airport faces northeast due to it being an international airport. The airplane over La Guardia airport faces west due to it being a domestic airport.