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Street Closures for Mayor de Blasio’s State of the City Address

 

The mayor’s State of the City is at 7 p.m. at the Lehman Center for Performing Arts in the Bronx.

The following streets in the Bronx may be closed during Mayor de Blasio’s State of the City Address at the discretion of NYPD beginning at 6 pm until needed:

  •  Area bounded by Kingsbridge Road on the south, Goulden Avenue/Reservoir Avenue on the west, Mosholu Parkway on the north and Grand Concourse on the east; all inclusive

  • Major Deegan Expressway north and southbound between RFK/Triborough Bridge and Van Cortlandt Park South

  • Van Cortlandt Avenue West between Bailey Avenue and Sedgwick Avenue
  • Sedgwick Avenue between Van Cortlandt Avenue West and Goulden Avenue
  • Bailey Avenue between West 230th Street and Albany Crescent
  • Albany Crescent between Bailey Avenue and Kingsbridge Terrace
  • Kingsbridge Terrance between Albany Crescent and Perot Street
  • Perot Street between Kingsbridge Terrance and Sedgwick Avenue
  • Sedgwick Avenue between Perot and Reservoir Avenue
  • Reservoir Avenue between Sedgwick Avenue and Goulden Avenue
  • West Kingsbridge Road between Grand Avenue and Bailey Avenue
  • Bailey Avenue between West Kingsbridge Road and Van Cortlandt Park South
  • Sedgwick Avenue between West Kingsbridge Road and Van Cortlandt Park South/Mosholu Parkway

De Blasio is breaking with tradition in delivering this year’s State of the City address. Instead of delivering the annual speech in the afternoon, he’s delivering the address at night in the hopes of landing more television and Internet livestream viewers.

Street Closures for Mayor de Blasio’s State of the City Address

Street Closures for Mayor de Blasio’s State of the City Address

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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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