The Brooklyn Bridge will be closed to Manhattan-bound traffic from 11:59 pm Friday to 6 am Monday. While the Manhattan Bridge is an alternative, motorists should also consider the Williamsburg Bridge or Hugh L. Carey Brooklyn Battery Tunnel (MTA-tolled facility) due to an expected high volume of traffic.
Brooklyn-bound motorists will access the lanes of the Brooklyn Bridge normally; there will be no reversal or change to the Brooklyn-bound traffic patterns and Brooklyn-bound motorists will use all regular lanes and ramps.
The following streets will be closed on Saturday:
* Lexington Avenue between 42nd Street and 57th Street in Manhattan will be closed from 11 am to 6 pm for the Lexington Avenue Fall Festival Tudor City Association Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen Festival.
* Seneca Avenue between Myrtle Avenue and Catalpa Avenue in Queens will be closed from noon to 5 pm for the DOT Weekend Walks Seneca Avenue Walk.
There will be closures throughout the Bronx on Sunday between 10:30 am and 6 pmfor the Tour de Bronx. Details are available on the DOT web site. More information is available on the Tour de Bronx web site here.
The following streets will be closed on Sunday:
* Centre Street/Foley Square between Worth Street and Park Row and the Brooklyn Bridge pedestrian walkway in Manhattan will be closed from 9 am to 11 am for the Immune Deficiency Walk-a-thon.
* Fulton Street between Broadway and Nassau Street in Manhattan will be closed fromnoon to 6 pm for Chabad of Wall Street.
* 9th Avenue between 54th Street and 53rd Street, 11th Avenue between 53rd Street and 54th Street, 53rd Street between 8th Avenue and 11th Avenue, and 54th Street between 9th Avenue and 11th Avenue in Manhattan will be closed from noon to 7 pmfor the Brotherhood of Carriers and Incensors of the Lord of Miracles Parade.
* Surf Avenue between West 19th Street and West 37th Street and the Boardwalk between West 19th Street and West 37th Street in Brooklyn will be closed from 7 am to noon for the Brooklyn Triathlon.
* Cross Bay Boulevard between 159th Street and 165th Street in Queens will be closed from 11 am to 1 pm for the Howard Beach Halloween Parade.