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NYC TRAFFIC ADVISORY DEC 20-22

 

NEW YORK CITY TRAFFIC ADVISORY:  FRIDAY DECEMBER 20, 2013 TO SUNDAY DECEMBER 22, 2013

 

 

 

MANHATTAN- BROOKLYN

BROOKLYN BRIDGE – INBOUND. MANHATTAN/BROOKLYN CLOSURES MEANS LIKELY CONGESTION AND INTERRUPTION THE NORMAL FLOW OF TRAFFIC IN THE AREA IN MANHATTAN AND BROOKLYN

Where

When

Why

BROOKLYN BRIDGE full closure for traffic proceeding Manhattan bound/westbound

Fri night/Sat morning Midnight* to 7 am

Due to facilitation rehabilitation and repainting work

BROOKLYN BRIDGE full closure for traffic proceeding Manhattan bound/westbound

Sat night/Sun morning Midnight* to 9 am

Due to facilitation rehabilitation and repainting work

BROOKLYN BRIDGE full closure for traffic proceeding Manhattan bound/westbound

Sun night/Mon morning Midnight* to 6 am

Due to facilitation rehabilitation and repainting work

BROOKLYN BRIDGE full closure for traffic proceeding Manhattan bound/westbound

Mon – Thurs night: 11 pm* to 6 am

Due to facilitation rehabilitation and repainting work

Drivers proceeding inbound/northbound from south Brooklyn via the Belt Parkway and Gowanus Expressway should use 3rd Avenue/Hamilton Avenue into the toll facility Hugh L. Carey (formerly Brooklyn Battery) Tunnel as the best route into lower Manhattan.

Drivers proceeding inbound/westbound from Queens/Long Island should consider the Williamsburg Bridge, or the toll facilities at the Robert F Kennedy Bridge or Queens Midtown Tunnel, for best route into Manhattan.

Throughout this closure the Manhattan Bridge will accommodate 5 lanes of traffic inbound/westbound and two lanes outbound/eastbound.

To allow traffic to clear before the reversal begins, the eastbound BQE exit onto the bridge closes 30 minutes earlier, the northbound FDR Drive exits close up to an hour earlier, and all other Brooklyn ramps onto the bridge shut down 5-15 minutes earlier

 

BROOKLYN/QUEENS

 

GRAND STREET BRIDGE CLOSURES MEANS LIKELY CONGESTION AND INTERRUPTION THE NORMAL FLOW OF TRAFFIC IN THE AREA IN BROOKLYN/QUEENS

Where

When

Why

Grand Street Bridge

This bridge will be closed from 7 am to 1 pm Saturday December 21, 2013

To facilitate NYCDOT bridge repairs.

 

METROPOLITAN AVENUE BRIDGE OVER NEWTOWN CREEK CLOSURES MEANS LIKELY CONGESTION AND INTERRUPTION THE NORMAL FLOW OF TRAFFIC IN THE AREA IN BROOKLYN/QUEENS

Where

When

Why

Metropolitan Avenue Bridge over Newtown Creek

One lane in each direction will be closed from 7 am to 1 pm Sunday December 22, 2013

To facilitate bridge repairs.

 

 

MANHATTAN

MANHATTAN. FOLLOWING STREETS CLOSURES MEANS LIKELY CONGESTION AND INTERRUPTION THE NORMAL FLOW OF TRAFFIC IN THE AREA IN MANHATTAN:.

Where

When

Why

West 15th Street between 9th Avenue and 10th Avenue

Saturday and/or Sunday from 8 am to 6 pm

To facilitate crane operation.

West 22nd Street between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue

from 8 am to 6 pm Saturday and/or Sunday

To facilitate crane operation.

West 26th Street between 11th Avenue and 10th Avenue

Saturday and/or Sunday from 8 am to 6 pm

To facilitate crane operation.

West 26th Street between 11th Avenue and 12th Avenue

Saturday and/or Sunday from 8 am to 6 pm

To facilitate crane operation.

East 67th Street between York Avenue and 1st Avenue

Saturday and/or Sunday from 8 am to 6 pm

To facilitate crane operation.

Thompson Street between Watts Street and Grand Street

Saturday and/or Sunday from 8 am to 6 pm

To facilitate crane operation.

Sickles Street between Hillside Avenue and Nagle Avenue

Saturday and/or Sunday from 8 am to 4 pm

To facilitate crane operation.

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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