Full List Of Street Closures For 2017 NYC LGBT Pride MarchThe parade, first held in 1970, is now the biggest Pride celebration in the world. It kicks off Sunday at noon, marching from 36th Street and Fifth Avenue to Christopher and Greenwich Streets.
List Of Street Closures For President Trump's NYC VisitClosures include areas near the Peninsula Hotel and around the USS Intrepid Museum, where the president is speaking at an event Thursday evening.
4th Of July 2016: NYC Street Closures For Macy's Fireworks CelebrationThe New York City Department of Transportation has released a list of all street closures for the annual Macy's 4th of July fireworks celebration.
Pope Francis Visit: List Of NYC Street Closures, Mass Transit Additions & ChangesPope Francis will be in New York City from Thursday, Sept. 24 to Saturday, Sept. 26.
Five Boro Bike Tour To Snarl Traffic SundaySunday's bike tour will mean it will be tough for people to get around the city on four wheels.
Multiple Street Closures Planned In Support Of Sunday's MS Bike TourSections of the Holland Tunnel, George Washington Bridge, Battery Park Underpass to the northbound FDR Drive/Harlem River Drive, Henry Hudson Parkway, and Mosholu Parkway were scheduled to be closed for the 2013 MS Bike Tour.
Street Closures In Effect For UN General AssemblyThe United Nations General Assembly is getting under way Monday, meaning New Yorkers can expect major traffic headaches on Manhattan's East Side all week.
Street Closures Planned For Puerto Rican Day ParadeThe National Puerto Rican Day Parade is set for Sunday, and police have advised the public that several roads will be closed in Midtown and on the Upper East Side.
Citywide Street Closures Planned For Five Boro Bike TourSections 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.
Street Closures For The St. Patrick's Day ParadeSeveral major thoroughfares in Midtown will be closed for the St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Obama Announces New U.S. Approach At The U.N.President Obama told a U.N. conference that the U.S. is changing its approach to development to focus less on spending money and more on really helping countries develop.