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Weekend Street Closures

During this year’s Middle Village Veteran’s Day Parade on Sunday, November 6 the following streets will be closed: 80th Street between Juniper Valley Road and Metropolitan Avenue and Metropolitan Avenue between 80th Street and 65th Lane.

The 2011 ING NYC Marathon will also close multiple streets in Queens.  the closures include:

            Queens

  • Pulaski Bridge (South-bound)
  • 48th Avenue between 11th Street and Vernon Boulevard
  • Vernon Boulevard between 48th Avenue and 10th Street
  • 10th Street between Vernon Boulevard and 44th Drive
  • 44th Drive between 10th Street and Hunter Street
  • Hunter Street between 44th Drive and Crescent Street
  • Crescent Street between Hunter Street and Queens Plaza South
  • Queens Plaza South between Crescent Street and 23rd Street
  • 23rd Street between Queens Plaza South and Queens Plaza North
  • Queensboro Bridge (East-bound)

There will also be rolling street closures during the Toys for Tots Motorcycle Run on Sunday beginning at 11 a.m. from the Forest Park parking lot to Woodhaven Boulevard; north on Woodhaven Boulevard to Union Turnpike; east on Union Turnpike to Winchester Boulevard; south on Winchester Boulevard to the Creedmoor parking lot.

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