Streets around St. Patrick’s Cathedral will be closed starting at midnight. They include 50th Street from Madison Avenue to Fifth Avenue, and 51st Street from Madison Avenue to Fifth Avenue. There will only be one crosstown lane of traffic.
The FDR will also have unannounced closures throughout the day on southbound lanes at 63rd Street and northbound at South Ferry.
Streets around the Papal Nuncio’s Residence on the Upper East Side near 72nd Street will be closed, starting at 9am Thursday.
On Friday, the U.N. General Assembly shuts down First Avenue between 42nd Street and 48th Streets
Near Central Park, many streets will be closed from midnight to 7pm, including Central Park West between Columbus Circle and West 81st Street. Many Upper West Side streets will be closed from Central Park West and Broadway, others from Central Park West to Columbus Avenue.
Near Madison Square Garden, 31st Street and 33rd Street will be closed all day between Seventh and Ninth Avenues, and there will be limited access on 31st, 32nd, and 33rd Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues.
Some streets near the 9/11 Memorial, such as Liberty Street and Cedar Street from Trinity Place to Greenwich Street, will be closed midnight to 1 pm on Friday. Others, like northbound West Street from Chambers Street to Albany Street, will be closed from 11am to 1 pm.
Streets near Our Lady Queen of Angels School will be closed to traffic from midnight Friday to 6pm, including 112th Street between Second and Third Avenues and 113th Street on its cul-de-sac.
There also are additional subway, bus and commuter trains scheduled to handle visitors.
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