New York City Police Department

Traffic Advisory

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, May 28, 2010



NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES STREET CLOSURES AND EXPECTED TRAFFIC DELAYS FOR MAY 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st

Traffic Advisory

Friday, May 28th  

MARINE DAY/FLEET WEEK

Manhattan: 1100 x 1800

Military Island/Broadway between 43rd & 44th Streets closed

Saturday, May 29th 

 

17th PCT. COMMUNITY COUNCIL LEXINGTON AVENUE FESTIVAL

Manhattan: 1100 x 1800

Lexington Avenue between 42nd & 57th Streets closed 

Sunday, May 30th  

 

COUNCIL OF NEIGHBORHOOD ORGANIZATIONS 8th AVENUE FESTIVAL

Manhattan: 1100 x 1800

8th Avenue between 39th & 49th Streets closed

 

BELLEVUE SOUTH COMMUNITY ASSOC.-LEXINGTON SPRING JUBILEE

Manhattan: 1100 x 1800

Lexington Avenue between 23rd & 44th Streets closed

 

COALITION OF A LIVABLE WEST SIDE

Manhattan: 0900 x 1800

Broadway between 72nd & 82nd Streets closed

 

SAFE HAVEN WEST SIDE BASKETBALL LEAGUE STREET FESTIVAL

Manhattan: 1100 x 1800

Broadway between 82nd & 86th Streets closed

 

HOPE FOR WARRIORS

Manhattan: 1100 x 1800

South Street between Broad & Montgomery Streets closed

 

HAITIAN-AMERICAN DAY PARADE

Brooklyn:    1300 x 1700

Formation: Erasmus Street between Lloyd Street & Nostrand Avenue

Route: Nostrand Avenue between Erasmus Street & Foster Avenue

End: Nostrand and Foster Avenues

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

UNITED VETERAN’S ORGANIZATION OF MASPETH PARADE

Queens:       1100 x 1530

Route: Maspeth Avenue between Grand Avenue & 61st Street; 61st Street between Maspeth Avenue & 56th Road; 56th Road between 61st & 64th Streets; Clinton Avenue between 64th Street & Queens Midtown Expressway (QME); QME between Clinton & Grand Avenues; Grand Avenue between QME & 69th Lane

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

COLLEGE POINT CITIZENS FOR MEMORIAL DAY, INC. PARADE

Queens:       1400 x 1600

Formation: 28th Avenue between Ulmer Street & College Point Boulevard (CPB;)

Route: CPB between 28th & 26th Avenues; 26th Avenue between CPB & 120th Street; 120th Street between 26th Avenue & Graham Court; Graham Court between 120th Street & CPB; CPB between Graham Court & 5th Avenue; Poppenhusen Avenue between 5th Avenue & 119th Street

Dispersal: Herman McNeil Park

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

Monday, May 31st

 

INNOVATIVE COMMUNITY ENT.-MADISON AVENUE EXPO

Manhattan: 1100 x 1800

Madison Avenue between 42nd & 57th Streets closed

 

UNITED WAR VETERANS MEMORIAL DAY PARADE

Brooklyn:    1100 x 1330     

Route: 3rd Avenue between 86th Street & Marine Avenue; Marine Avenue between 3rd & 4th Avenues; 4th Avenue between Marine Avenue & 101st Street

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

ALLIED VETERANS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE OF GREATER RIDGEWOOD & GLENDALE PARADE

Queens:       1100 x 1300

Route: Myrtle Avenue between Cyprus & Cooper Avenues

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

BROADWAY MERCHANTS PROFESSIONAL ASSOC. FESTIVAL

Queens:       1100 x 1800

Broadway between Crescent & 47th Streets closed

 

UNITED STATEN ISLAND VETERANS ASSOC. PARADE

Staten Island:          1200 x 1600

Route: Forest Avenue between Hart Boulevard & Crystal Avenue

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

 

STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE ROAD RACE

Staten Island:          0900 x 1100

Route: Father Capodanno Boulevard between Sand Lane & Greeley Avenue

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

Special Advisory

 

Port Authority of NY/NJ        

Memorial Day Weekend: The Lincoln Tunnel center tube will be closed from the early morning of Saturday, May 29, thru the evening of Monday, May 31, 2010.  This closure is necessary to facilitate a roadway improvement project. Delays are expected in both directions. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes or to use mass transit.

 

MTA Bridges and Tunnels

 

Memorial Day Weekend: MTA Bridges and Tunnels has suspended all routine maintenance work beginning Noon on Friday, May 28th until after the morning rush on Tuesday, June 1st.

MTA Bridges and Tunnels facilities include the Robert F. Kennedy, Throgs Neck, Bronx-Whitestone, Henry Hudson, Verrazano-Narrows, Cross Bay Veterans Memorial and Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Bridges, and the Queens Midtown and Brooklyn-Battery Tunnels.

 



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