A new pedestrian-friendly street could be coming to midtown Manhattan. Landlords of buildings along West 41st Street want to transform one block of the street into a tree-lined boulevard with seating and tables that would link the extended plaza along Broadway to Bryant Park, according to The New York Times . The plan dubbed "Boulevard 41" is expected to be presented to Community Board 5 Thursday night. If approved by the locals, the plan will move to the city's Department of Transportation. The boulevard would remain open to traffic, but parking spaces would be removed on both sides of the street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway in the warmer months of the year. In recent years, the city has come under fire for turning too many streets over to cyclists and pedestrians.