Street closures for UN General Assembly

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    Street closures for 2017 UN General Assembly

    MANHATTAN — World leaders are gathering this week for the United Nations General Assembly, prompting street closures and a nightmare commutes throughout Manhattan. The NYPD announced the following streets will be subject to closure daily starting Sunday night and lasting through Friday. The following streets near the United Nations will be closed to vehicular traffic: 1st Avenue from 42nd Street to 48th Street. The tunnel underpass from 41st Street to 48 Street will remain open. Trucks and other large vehicles will […]

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