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NYC FESTIVALS AND PARADES

 

Updated: 9/19/2017 2017. 10.49  PM

Friday September 22, 2017 to Sunday September 24, 2017

 NEW YORK CITY FESTIVALS AND PARADES

FESTIVALS, PARADES OR EVENTS IN MANHATTAN

THE STONE STREET PEDESTRIAN MALL will produce following street closures in Manhattan. THE STONE STREET PEDESTRIAN MALL  means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Manhattan.

  • Stone Street between Hanover Square and Broad Street
  • Mill Lane between Stone Street and South William Street (Pedestrian Street)
CLOSURES FOR THE STONE STREET PEDESTRIAN MALL START from 11 am to 10 pm

THE LITTLE ITALY PEDESTRIAN MALL  will produce following street closures in Manhattan. THE LITTLE ITALY PEDESTRIAN MALL  means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Manhattan.

  • Mulberry Street between Canal Street and Broome Street
  • Hester Street between Mott Street and Baxter Street
CLOSURES FOR THE LITTLE ITALY PEDESTRIAN MALL START Friday May 26, 2017 through Sunday September 10, 2017 from 6 pm to 9 pm

FOR THE 8TH AVENUE CHELSEA FALL POP UP FARE  will produce following street closures in Manhattan. FOR THE 8TH AVENUE CHELSEA FALL POP UP FARE means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Manhattan.

  • 8th Avenue between 14th Street and 23rd Street
CLOSURES FOR FOR THE 8TH AVENUE CHELSEA FALL POP UP FARE START Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm

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

  • Water Street between Broad Street and Fulton Street
CLOSURES FOR THE SEAPORT FESTIVAL START Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm

THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-TWO BRIDGES  will produce following street closures in Manhattan. THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-TWO BRIDGES means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Manhattan.

  • Rutgers Street between East Broadway and Madison Street
CLOSURES FOR THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-TWO BRIDGES START Saturday from 11:45 am to 4 pm

THE STEPHEN SILLER TUNNEL TO TOWERS RUN AND FESTIVAL  will produce following street closures in Manhattan. THE STEPHEN SILLER TUNNEL TO TOWERS RUN AND FESTIVAL means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Manhattan.

Manhattan:

  • Battery Park Underpass
  • West Street between Battery Place and Warren Street
  • West Thames Street between West Street and Dead End (Battery Park Esplanade)
  • South End Avenue between West Thames Street and Liberty Street
  • Liberty Street between West Street and Battery Park Esplanade
  • Murray Street between North End Avenue and West Street
  • Warren Street between West Street and River Terrace
  • North End Avenue between Warren Street and Vesey Street
  • Vesey Street between West Street and River Terrace
  • River Terrace between Warren Street and Vesey Street

Brooklyn:

  • Richards Street between King Street and Bowne Street/Hamilton Avenue
  • Van Brunt Street between Visitation Place and Hamilton Avenue
  • Bowne Street between Van Brunt Street and Richards Street
  • Seabring Street between Van Brunt Street and Columbia Street
  • Commerce Street between Van Brunt Street and Columbia Street
  • Delevan Street between Van Brunt Street and Columbia Street
  • Verona Street between Van Brunt Street and Columbia Street
  • Visitation Place between Van Brunt Street and Richards Street
  • Dwight Street between Beard Street and Commerce Street/Columbia Street
  • Hamilton Avenue between Henry Street and the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel (Woodhull Street)
  • Columbia Street between Verona Street and Hamilton Avenue
  • Beard Street between Richards Street and Dwight Street
CLOSURES FOR THE STEPHEN SILLER TUNNEL TO TOWERS RUN AND FESTIVAL  START Sunday from 7 am to 3 pm

THE TIMES SQUARE FALL FAIR  will produce following street closures in Manhattan. THE TIMES SQUARE FALL FAIR means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Manhattan.

  • Broadway between 47th Street and 57th Street
CLOSURES FOR THE TIMES SQUARE FALL FAIR START Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

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

  • 36th Street between 5th Avenue and Park Avenue Formation
  • 37th Street between 5th Avenue and Park Avenue Formation
  • Madison Avenue between 37th Street and 38th Street Formation
  • Madison Avenue between 37th Street and 26th Street Route
  • Madison Avenue between 26th Street and 25th Street Dispersal
  • 27th Street between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue Dispersal
  • 26th Street between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue Festival
  • 23rd Street between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue Miscellaneous
  • 24th Street between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue Miscellaneous
CLOSURES FOR THE MUSLIM DAY PARADE START Sunday from 1 pm to 6 pm

FESTIVALS, PARADES OR EVENTS IN BROOKLYN

THE ATLANTIC ANTIC will produce following street closures in Brooklyn. THE ATLANTIC ANTIC means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Brooklyn.

  • Atlantic Avenue between Hicks Street and 4th Avenue
  • Boerum Place between Atlantic Avenue and State Street
CLOSURES FOR THE ATLANTIC ANTIC START Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-SOUTHSIDE CONNEX will produce following street closures in Brooklyn. THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-SOUTHSIDE CONNEX means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Brooklyn.

  • Havemeyer Street between South 4th Street and Grand Street
CLOSURES FOR FOR THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-SOUTHSIDE CONNEX START Saturday from 1 pm to 6 pm

FESTIVALS, PARADES OR EVENTS IN QUEENS

THE NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE OF SDA PARADE AND FAIR will produce following street closures in Queens. THE NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE OF SDA PARADE AND FAIR means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Queens.

  • Merrick Boulevard between 116th Avenue and 115th Avenue Formation
  • Merrick Boulevard between 116th Avenue and Baisley Boulevard Route
  • Baisley Boulevard between Merrick Boulevard and Rockaway Boulevard Route
  • Rockaway Boulevard between Baisley Boulevard and Sutphin Boulevard Route
  • Sutphin Boulevard between Rockaway Boulevard and Foch Boulevard Route
  • Foch Boulevard between Sutphin Boulevard and Barron Street Route
  • Baisley Pond Park Dispersal
CLOSURES FOR THE NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE OF SDA PARADE AND FAIR START Sunday from 12 pm noon to 2 pm

THE SHOP FOREST HILLS FALL FESTIVAL will produce following street closures in Queens. THE SHOP FOREST HILLS FALL FESTIVAL means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Queens.

  • Austin Street between 69th Road and 72nd Road
  • 70th Road between Austin Street and Queens Boulevard
  • 71st Road between Austin Street and Queens Boulevard
CLOSURES FOR THE THE SHOP FOREST HILLS FALL FESTIVAL START Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-BAYSIDE VILLAGE will produce following street closures in Queens. THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-BAYSIDE VILLAGE means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Queens.

  • Bell Boulevard between Northern Boulevard and 35th Avenue
CLOSURES FOR THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-BAYSIDE VILLAGE START Sunday from 12:30 pm to 6:30 pm

THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-ROCKAWAY BEACH SPRING STREET SOIREE will produce following street closures in Queens. THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-ROCKAWAY BEACH SPRING STREET SOIREE means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Queens.

  • Rockaway Beach Boulevard between Beach 94th Street and Beach 86th Street
CLOSURES FOR THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-ROCKAWAY BEACH SPRING STREET SOIREE START Saturday from 4 pm to 9 pm

THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-RIDGEWOOD SENECA/CATALPA AVENUE STROLL will produce following street closures in Queens. THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-RIDGEWOOD SENECA/CATALPA AVENUE STROLL means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in Queens.

  • Seneca Avenue between Myrtle Avenue and Putnam Avenue
  • Catalpa Avenue between Seneca Avenue and Myrtle Avenue
CLOSURES FOR THE DOT WEEKEND WALKS-RIDGEWOOD SENECA/CATALPA AVENUE STROLL START Saturday from 12 pm noon to 5 pm

FESTIVALS, PARADES OR EVENTS IN THE BRONX

THE 7TH ANNUAL EAST 204TH STREET BAINBRIDGE AVENUE WEEKEND WALK will produce following street closures in the Bronx. THE 7TH ANNUAL EAST 204TH STREET BAINBRIDGE AVENUE WEEKEND WALK means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in the Bronx.

  • 204th Street between Bainbridge Avenue and Decatur Avenue
CLOSURES FOR THE 7TH ANNUAL EAST 204TH STREET BAINBRIDGE AVENUE WEEKEND WALK START Saturday from 12 pm noon to 6 pm

THE NYRR BRONX 10 MILE RUN will produce following street closures in the Bronx. THE NYRR BRONX 10 MILE RUN means likely congestion and interruption the normal flow of traffic in the area in the Bronx.

  • East 161st Street between Grand Concourse and Macombs Dam Bridge
  • Grand Concourse between East 161st Street and Mosholu Parkway
  • Mosholu Parkway between Southern Boulevard and West Gunhill Road
  • West Mosholu Parkway South between Sedgwick Avenue and Paul Avenue
  • West Mosholu Parkway South between Sedgwick Avenue and Mosholu Parkway
  • Sedgwick Avenue between Mosholu Parkway and Goulden Avenue
CLOSURES FOR THE NYRR BRONX 10 MILE RUN START Sunday from 8 am to 12 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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