A massive march for climate change was set to roll into Midtown and the Upper West Side on Sunday, and commuters will have to be ready for bumper-to-bumper delays.
The nation’s largest Puerto Rican celebration drew an estimated 1 million spectators on Fifth Avenue Sunday.
In all, organizers expect 32,000 riders to take on the course through all five boroughs. It is the biggest bike ride in the U.S.
Sections of the FDR Drive, the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge will be affected. Road closures will be in effect from 6:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m.
Whether you’re trying to get to Times Square to see the ball drop or you’re just trying to make your way elsewhere, officials have a reminder that some roads and subway stations have been closed.
Road closures and traffic delays are making for a tricky commute as world leaders gather for the United Nations General Assembly this week.
The NYPD said the road closures will be intermittent as the meetings at the U.N. go on, but include East 34th Street to East 57th Street from 1st to 2nd Avenues.
There will be road closures and mass transit service disruptions during the annual observance of the 9/11 attacks on Sunday.
Officials say drivers should expect delays, closures and detours in connection with 9/11 events at the World Trade Center site and should avoid the area if possible.