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There will be numerous street closures in Queens and the city's other boroughs on Sunday, November 3 because of the ING New York City Marathon.

The following streets will be closed on Sunday, November 3 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for the ING New York City Marathon, according to the city’s Department of Transportation.


Queens Portion

  • 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)

Staten Island Portion

  • Bay Street between Richmond Terrance and School Road
  • School Road between Bay Street and Staten Island Expressway
  • Verrazano Narrows Bridge to 92nd street

Brooklyn Portion

  • Dahlgren Place between Verrazano Bridge and 92nd Street (North Bound)
  • 92nd Street between Dahlgren Place and 4th Avenue
  • 4th Avenue between 92nd Street and Flatbush Avenue
  • Flatbush Avenue between 4th Avenue and Lafayette Avenue
  • Brooklyn Queens Expressway (South-bound) between Verrazano Bridge and 79th Street
  • 7th Avenue between 79th Street and 75th Street / Bay Ridge Parkway
  • 7th Avenue between 74th Street and 75th Street
  • 74th Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue
  • 6th Avenue between 74th Street and 75th Street
  • Bay Ridge Parkway between 7th Avenue and 4th Avenue
  • 92nd Street between Gatling Place and Fort Hamilton Parkway
  • Fort Hamilton Parkway between 92nd Street and 94th Street
  • 94th Street between Fort Hamilton Parkway and 4th Avenue (North-bound)
  • 4th Avenue between 94th Street and Flatbush Avenue (South-bound)
  • Bedford Avenue between Lafayette Avenue and Nassau Avenue
  • Nassau Avenue between Bedford Avenue / Lorimer Street and Manhattan Avenue
  • Manhattan Avenue between Nassau Avenue and Greenpoint Avenue
  • Greenpoint Avenue between Manhattan Avenue and McGuiness Boulevard
  • McGuiness Boulevard between Greenpoint Avenue and 48th Avenue
  • Pulaski Bridge (South-bound)

Bronx Portion

  • Willis Avenue Bridge / Willis Avenue
  • 135th Street between Willis Avenue and Alexander Avenue
  • Alexander Avenue between 135th Street and 138th Street
  • 138th Street between Alexander Avenue and Morris Avenue
  • Morris Avenue between 138th Street and 140th Street
  • 140th Street between Morris Avenue and Rider Avenue
  • Rider Avenue between 140th Street and 138th Street
  • 138th Street between Rider Avenue and Madison Avenue Bridge

Manhattan Portion

    • 1st Avenue between 59th Street and Willis Avenue Bridge
    • Queensboro Bridge (Vehicle Entrance Ramp East-bound)
    • 59th Street between 59th Street Bridge and 1st Avenue
    • Madison Avenue Bridge
    • Madison Avenue between 138th Street and 124th Street
    • 124th Street between Madison Avenue and Mount Morris Park West
    • Mount Morris Park West between 124th Street between 120th Street
    • 120th Street between Mount Morris Park West and 5th Avenue
    • 5th Avenue between 120th Street and 90th Street
    • 90th Street between 5th Avenue and East Drive (Central Park South-bound)
    • East Drive between 90th Street and Central Park South
    • Central Park South between 5th Avenue and 8th Avenue (Central Park West)
    • Central Park Driveway
    • West Drive (To Finish at Tavern on the Green)




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