Updated at 2 p.m.:
The state has published the final designs for taking out a 1-mile section of the Robert Moses Parkway along the upper Niagara River and replacing it with a more pedestrian-friendly "Riverway."
From John Daly Boulevard into Niagara Falls State Park, the parkway will be removed and replaced with two lanes for slower traffic. There will also be other changes, including new paths, crosswalks and nature areas aimed at allowing easier access to the waterfront. Construction is expected to begin later this year.
The above rendering is courtesy of Hatch Mott MacDonald. Here's the report (the appendices were not posted online, but are available at the state park and Niagara Falls Public Library, the state said):