NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Road closures and mass transit service disruptions were in place around New York City during the annual observance of the 9/11 attacks Sunday.

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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.

Other road closures through 5 a.m. Monday, Sept. 12:
Location: Brooklyn-bound West Street
Description: Underpass will be closed

When:  Sunday, September 11
Location: West Street will be closed from Albany Street north past the WTC site.
Description: Traffic leaving the Battery Tunnel will be detoured south to Battery Park or the Battery Park underpass.

Location: Battery Park underpass from southbound FDR Drive will be closed.
Description: Drivers going to Brooklyn can access the tunnel through local streets.

When: Sunday, September 11
Time: Starting at 5 a.m.
Location: Drivers heading to heading Brooklyn will not be able to access the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel from West Street south of Albany Street.

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If vehicles need to access streets entering and exiting Battery Park City, directions are below:

North of marina

  • From all points, proceed to North End Avenue
  • North on North End Avenue to Chambers, Warren and Murray streets
  • East on Chambers and Warren to West Street

South of marina

  • From all points, proceed to South End Avenue
  • South on South End Avenue to W. Thames Street
  • East (left turn) on W. Thames Street to Battery Place
  • South (right turn) on Battery Place

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The Vesey Street and Liberty Street pedestrian bridges will be closed throughout the day Sunday.

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