The Brooklyn Bridge will be closed Manhattan-bound from midnight Friday to 7 am Saturday and from midnight Saturday to 9 am Sunday. Motorists will be detoured to the Manhattan Bridge or may choose other crossings. To allow traffic to clear before the reversal begins, the eastbound BQE exit onto the bridge closes 30 minutes earlier and other Brooklyn ramps onto the bridge shut down 5-15 minutes earlier.
One of four lanes on the Williamsburg Bridge eastbound to Brooklyn will be closed on Saturday from 6 am to 2 pm to facilitate NYCDOT bridge maintenance.
The Bayonne Bridge will be closed in both directions from 11:59 pm Friday to 8 am Saturday and from 11:59 pm Saturday to 8 am Sunday.
There will be street closures throughout Staten Island on Sunday for the Tour de Staten Island. Details are available on the DOT web site at https://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/
One out of four northbound lanes on Route 9A between Canal Street and Clarkson Street will be closed from 10 pm Friday to 5 am Monday to facilitate the installation of a new sewer liner by the Departments of Design & Construction and Environmental Protection.
Broadway between 110th Street and 116th Street (northbound) in Manhattan will be closed on Saturday from noon to 5 pm for the 24th annual Upper Broadway Spring Festival.
The following streets in Manhattan will be closed on Sunday from noon to 2 pm for the Persian Day Parade:
* Madison Avenue between 38th Street and 25th Street
* Park Avenue between 23rd Street and 26th Street
* 37th Street and 38th Street between 5th Avenue and Park Avenue
* 36th Street between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue
* 26th Street and 27th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue
* 24th Street and 25th Street between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue
Myrtle Avenue between Fresh Pond Road and Wyckoff Avenue in Queens will be closed on Sunday from noon to 6 pm for the Ridgewood LLC Myrtle Avenue Festival.
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