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NYPD announces weekend street closures

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The NYPD announced Saturday the following street closures and possible traffic delays for the weekend of July 6 & 7, 2013.

Drivers should expect delays in the following areas:

 

Saturday, July 6

MCBURNEY YMCA FESTIVAL, Manhattan

Location(s): 6th Avenue between West 14th Street and West 23rd Street

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

WOODSIDE ON THE MOVE - WOODSIDE AVENUE FESTIVAL, Queens

Route: Woodside Avenue between Roosevelt Avenue and 65th Place

61st Street between Roosevelt Avenue and Woodside Avenue

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

Sunday, July 7

NATIONAL ETHNIC COALITION OF ORGANIZATION FESTIVAL, Manhattan

Location(s): Madison Avenue between 42nd Street and 57th Street

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

FRIENDS OF COMMUNITY BOARD 1 30th AVENUE FESTIVAL, Queens

Location(s): 30th Avenue between 29th Street and 41st Street

The above streets will be closed for this event

 

TOUR DE QUEENS

Route: Shore Boulevard between Ditmars Boulevard and Astoria Park South

Astoria Park South between Shore Boulevard and 14th Street

14th Street between Astoria Park South and 30th Road

30th Road between 14th Street and Vernon Boulevard

Vernon Boulevard between 30th Road and 46th Avenue

46th Avenue between Vernon Boulevard and Center Boulevard

Center Boulevard between 46th Avenue and 50th Avenue

50th Avenue between Center Boulevard and 11th Street

11th Street between 50th Avenue and 49th Avenue

49th Avenue between 11th Street and Skillman Avenue

Skillman Avenue between 49th Avenue and 47th Avenue

47th Avenue between Skillman Avenue and 49th Street

49th Street between 47th Avenue and Queens Boulevard Service Road

Queens Boulevard Service Road between 49th Street and 69th Street

69th Street between Queens Boulevard Service Road and Eliot Avenue

Eliot Avenue between 69th Street and 75th Place

75th Place between Eliot Avenue and Juniper Boulevard North

Juniper Boulevard North between 75th Place and 63rd Avenue

63rd Avenue between Juniper Boulevard North and Woodhaven Boulevard

Woodhaven Boulevard between 63rd Avenue and Yellowstone Boulevard

Yellowstone Boulevard between Woodhaven Boulevard and Juno Street

Juno Street between Yellowstone Boulevard and Ascan Avenue

Ascan Avenue between Juno Street and Queens Boulevard

Queens Boulevard between Ascan Avenue and 72nd Drive

72nd Drive between Queens Boulevard and 112th Street

112th Street between 72nd Drive and 67th Road

67th Road between 112th Street and 108th Street

108th Street between 67th Road and Horace Harding Expressway

Horace Harding Expressway between 108th Street and Saultell Avenue

Saultell Avenue between Horace Harding Expressway and 111th Street

111th Street between Saultell Avenue and 37th Avenue

37th Avenue between 111th Street and 110th Street

110th Street between 37th Avenue and Northern Boulevard

Northern Boulevard between 110th Street and 111th Street

111th Street between Northern Boulevard and Ditmars Boulevard

Ditmars Boulevard between Northern Boulevard and 23rd Avenue

23rd Avenue between Ditmars Boulevard and 82nd Street

82nd Street between 23rd Avenue and Ditmars Boulevard

Ditmars Boulevard between 82nd Street and 81st Street

81st Street between Ditmars Boulevard and 19th Avenue

19th Avenue between 81st Street and 38th Street

38th Street between 19th Avenue and 20th Avenue

20th Avenue between Astoria Boulevard and Shore Boulevard

Shore Boulevard between 20th Avenue and Astoria Park

Dispersal: in Astoria Park

 

The above streets will have Rolling Closures

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