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THE STEPHEN SILLER TUNNEL TO TOWERS RUN & FESTIVAL

 

Saturday September 26, 2015 to Sunday September 27, 2015

FESTIVALS, PARADES AND EVENTS IN MANHATTAN AND BROOKLYN

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

Brooklyn

  • Richards Street between King Street and Bowne Street/Hamilton Avenue
  • Bowne Street between Richards Street and Hamilton Avenue
  • Dwight Street between King Street and Commerce Street/Columbia Street
  • Hamilton Avenue between Henry Street and the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel (Woodhull Street)
  • Verona Street between Dwight Street and Richards Street
  • Columbia Street between Delevan Street and Hamilton Avenue

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
Festival
  • Vesey Street between West Street and North End Avenue
  • North End Avenue between Vesey Street and Murray Street

CLOSURES FOR THE STEPHEN SILLER TUNNEL TO TOWERS RUN & FESTIVAL STARTS from 7 pm on Saturday to noon on Sunday

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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