N.Y.C. — From Brooklyn to Manhattan, a number of streets will be closed on Sunday so that participants in the New York City Half Marathon can start and finish where they planned.
Participants in the 13.1-mile run are expected to number in the tens of thousands.
It kicks off in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park at 7 a.m. and finishes in Manhattan’s Central Park.
These Roads Will Be Closed Due to Construction:
- From Grand Army Plaza to Franklin Avenue along the Eastern Parkway
- From the Eastern Parkway to the Empire Boulevard Interchange on Washington Avenue
- From Eastern Parkway to President Street on Classon Avenue
- Franklin Avenue to Classon Avenue on Union Street
- Namely, Classon Avenue to Franklin Avenue along President Street
- Washington Avenue to Zenita Thompson Place, Also Known As Sullivan Place
- It’s Carroll Street Between Washington and Franklin Avenues
- Between Washington Avenue to Bedford Place, Empire Boulevard
- From the Eastern Parkway to Ocean Avenue/Empire Boulevard, Flatbush Avenue
- Beginning at Grand Army Plaza and ending at Atlantic Avenue, Flatbush Avenue
- Between Atlantic Avenue to the Manhattan Bridge, Flatbush Avenue
- From Brooklyn to Manhattan, across the Top Deck of the Manhattan Bridge (Lower East Side)
- Beginning at Christie St and ending at Allen St, this is Canal Street.
- From Canal St to South St on Allen St (Pike St/Slip).
- From Pike St/Slip to the Montgomery Street Entry Ramp to the FDR
- Take the FDR Highway southbound from Montgomery St to Exit 9 for East 42nd Street.
- Take the E. Houston Street/Williamsburg Bridge exit off the FDR Highway.
- Take the E. 20th/23rd St. exit.
- Midtown Tunnel/E. 34th Street (Exit 8)
- Take E. 42nd St. to 7th Ave. (Exit 9).
- It’s on 42nd St between 1st and 7th Avenues.
- South of 42nd Street and along 7th Avenue to Central Park
- Across 7th Avenue to 6th Avenue, 43rd Street
- Specifically, the section of 44th Street between Seventh and Sixth Avenues
- Between Seventh to Sixth Avenues, 45th Street
- 46th Street, Between Seventh Avenue to Broadway
- South of Seventh Avenue in Central Park, Where Grand Army Plaza Is Located
- Between 59th and 72nd Streets on Central Park West
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