NFL Draft Road Closures Go into Full Effect Tuesday Morning

NFL Draft Road Closures Go into Full Effect Tuesday Morning

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PhillyBite10Philadelphia, PA -  The full extent of road closures for the 82nd NFL Draft Philadelphia will go into effect at 6 AM tomorrow, Tuesday, April 25. Motorists are advised to allow for extra driving time when traveling in the vicinity and to use public transport or alternative driving routes if possible. The full extent of these closures will be in place until 5:00AM on Monday, May 1st. All road closures will be lifted by May 7th.

 

Phase 4 – Full Extent of Road Closures:

Martin Luther King Drive closed at Sweet Briar Drive, starting at 12PM on 4/26 and reopening at 5 AM on 5/1. Road will not be opened during peak AM rush hour.
21st Street closed from Winter Street to Spring Garden Street
Local access to Pennsylvania Avenue only (all traffic must turn left)
22nd Street closed from Race Street to Spring Garden Street
Local access to Park Towne Place only (residents)
23rd Street closed from Fairmount Avenue to Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Local access only
24th Street closed from Benjamin Franklin Parkway to Park Towne Place
Local access only
Kelly Drive closed from Benjamin Franklin Parkway to Fairmount Avenue
Spring Garden Street Bridge closed at 31st Street at I-76 ramp
Local access to I-76 westbound will be maintained
Local access to Art Museum will be maintained (via Anne d’ Harnoncourt Drive)
Spring Garden Street closed from 22nd Street to Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Local access after peak AM rush hour
Pennsylvania Avenue closed from Hamilton Street to Fairmount Avenue
Local access after peak AM rush hour
Pennsylvania Avenue/Callowhill Street closed from 20th Street to 21st Street
Local access to Barnes Foundation driveway (westbound) only
Eastbound open from 21st Street
Park Towne Place closed from 22nd Street to 24th Street
Local access only (residents)
I-676 westbound 22nd Street off-ramp closed
The following streets will be designated “local access only” west of 22nd Street:
Wallace Street
Mt. Vernon Street
Green Street
Judson Street
Brandywine Street
Summer Street
The following streets will be designated local access only east of 22nd Street:
Spring Street
Winter Street

No Parking

– No parking on 2400 Pennsylvania Avenue (south side angle parking only) from 4/5 to 5/8
– Pennsylvania Avenue between 22nd Street & Fairmount Avenue (south side of street only) 4/25-5/1
– Winter Street between 20th & 22nd Streets (both sides of street) 4/26-5/1
– 20th Street between Vine & Callowhill Streets (east side of street only) 4/26-5/1
– 21st Street between Benjamin Franklin Parkway & Race Street (both sides of street) 4/26-5/1
– 22nd Street between Winter & Spring Garden Streets (both sides of street) 4/26-5/1
– Park Towne Place between 22nd & 24th Streets (both sides of street) 4/26-5/1

Vehicles wishing to access the Art Museum parking garage and Anne d’ Harnoncourt Drive will have to pass through a checkpoint and a brief vehicle sweep starting at 7am on Thursday, 4/27 and ending at approx. 9pm on Saturday, 4/29. Checkpoints will be setup at the following locations:

– Kelly Drive between Fairmount Avenue and 25th Street

– Anne d’ Harnoncourt Drive and Spring Garden Street (south side of the Art Museum)

– Waterworks Drive

All vehicles wishing to access the Art Museum parking garage and Anne d’Harnoncourt Drive from the north (Kelly Drive) side must enter the checkpoint at Kelly Drive and Fairmount Avenue. Vehicles will not be permitted to enter at 25th Street. During this timeframe, vehicles requiring access to these locations will be permitted to make a left turn onto Kelly Drive from Fairmount Avenue. Directional signage will be displayed, and Philadelphia Police will be on hand to facilitate traffic flow

 

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