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LABOR DAY IN NYC

 

Updated: 9/7/2017 2017. 7.21 PM

Saturday September 9, 2017 

LABOR DAY IN NYC

THE LABOR DAY PARADE will produce following street closures in Manhattan. THE LABOR DAY PARADE means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Manhattan.

  • 44th Street between Broadway and Vanderbilt Avenue Formation
  • 45th Street between Broadway and Vanderbilt Avenue Formation
  • 46th Street between 7th Avenue and Vanderbilt Avenue Formation
  • 47th Street between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue Formation
  • 48th Street between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue Formation
  • Vanderbilt Avenue between 43rd Street and 47th Street Formation
  • 5th Avenue between 43rd Street and 44th Street Formation
  • 5th Avenue between 44th Street and 67th Street Route
  • 5th Avenue between 67th Street and 72nd Street Dispersal
  • 67th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue Dispersal
  • 68th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue Dispersal
  • 69th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue Dispersal
  • 70th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue Dispersal
  • 71st Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue Dispersal
  • 72nd Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue Dispersal
  • 60th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue Miscellaneous
  • 63rd Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • 64th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue
CLOSURES FOR THE LABOR DAY PARADE START Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm

For the full list of streets activities go to The Latest NYC Weekend Traffic Advisory

This information is subject to change without further notice.

This traffic information comes from many different sources.

Main source of this information is The New York City Department of Transportation

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