Road closures and traffic delays are making for a tricky commute as world leaders gather for the United Nations General Assembly this week.
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer called on the Department of Transportation and State Legislators on Monday to address traffic and congestion in SoHo, where residents say Broome street is turning into a parking lot.
Between Wednesday night’s Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center and a visit by President Obama, commuters were better off sticking to mass transit.
New Yorkers will have to deal with blocked streets and security sweeps as they try to get around the area near the U.N.
President Obama’s Visit, Former Gov. Hugh Carey’s Funeral & Baseball Make For ‘Perfect Storm’ Traffic
A late afternoon visit to Manhattan by President Barack Obama, caused more traffic than usual. That visit came on the heels of afternoon home games for both the Mets and Yankees.
These are the ten days a year when drivers curse because it’s so difficult to get around!
The presidential appearance at the UN meant presidential gridlock on Manhattan’s East Side Thursday,