Thanks to this correspondent’s penchant for late night surfing, The Blog has just learned of this Sunday’s TD 5 Boro Bike Tour. Now in its 39th year, the ride consists of “32,000 cyclists of all skill levels [who] come from around the world to roll through every borough of New York City on streets totally free of cars.”
DNAinfo and the NYC Department of Transportation website both outline the complete list of street closures scheduled to take place along the event’s 40-mile route and confirms all closures remain in affect between 7:30 am and 5:00 pm. Here are the details for our neck of the woods.
DUMBO, BROOKLYN HEIGHTS & BQE:
- Navy Street between Flushing Avenue and York Street
- York Street between Navy Street and Gold Street
- Gold Street between York Street and Front Street
- Front Street between Gold Street and Old Fulton Street
- Old Fulton between Furman Street and Prospect Street
- Cadman Plaza West between Prospect Street and Tillary Street
- Tillary Street between Cadman Plaza West and Adams Street
- Brooklyn Bridge Promenade between Tillary Street and Centre Street
- Furman Street between Old Fulton Street and Atlantic Avenue
- Joralemon Street between Furman Street and Atlantic Avenue
- Atlantic Avenue between Furman Street and Columbia Street
- Columbia Street between Atlantic Avenue and BQE West Entrance Columbia Street
- BQE/ Gowanus Expy between BQE West Entrance Columbia Street and Verrazano
- Verrazano Bridge Lower Level (Southbound from Brooklyn to Staten Island)
Your curious reporter called the 84th Precinct around midnight to inquire about how both Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge traffic would be directed. The officer had no information but offered that teams were “going out now” to place notices. But, as of press time, exactly zero “no parking” signs or barricades were visible on Cadman Plaza West.
Moral of the story: If if you have any plans to travel on Sunday-take the train. And, be sure to refer to Claude’s handy dandy Subway Service Alerts.
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