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NYC Pride March 2019

An estimated four million people will gather for the NYC Pride March this Sunday, June 30th. Beginning here in Flatiron at 26th Street and Fifth Avenue, the route winds its way through Flatiron, Greenwich Village, and Chelsea for the Stonewall 50 celebration.
There will be various locations along the route for pedestrians to cross, including:
  • Fifth Avenue: 23rd Street, 21st Street, 17th Street, 14th Street
  • Sixth Avenue: 23rd Street & 14th Street
  • Seventh Avenue: 23rd Street, 21st Street, 17th Street, 14th Street
Crosstown vehicular traffic will be closed from 7 am through the late evening from 14th Street to 30th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Seventh Avenue. Additionally, No Parking signs will be posted throughout the area.
Residents should allow for extra travel time, and are advised to carry identification or proof of address. Local businesses should schedule deliveries before June 30th, and are asked to advise employees who are scheduled to work on Sunday.
There will be no Historic Flatiron Walking Tour this week, but it returns on Sunday, July 7th with a special Independence-Day theme


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