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Street closures

You would be forgiven if you hadn't heard that some streets were open to pedestrians in the first place, given that the pilot program included just 0.06 percent of the city's 120,000 blocks.
Frozen water and gravity are bringing part of New York City to its knees.
Pedestrians will also be kept off the Manhattan Bridge and the Williamsburg Bridge for an extended period tonight.
The Pride March is happening on Sunday, June 30th.
Before you head out on the 4th, be prepared.
The diplomats are coming, and they're bringing a mess of street closures with them.
Starting at 2:00 this afternoon.
Maybe don't take a car in Manhattan today.
Here's what you need to know.
Good luck out there.
Street closures start at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day.
Clinton is partying at the Javits Center while Trump will be at the midtown Hilton.
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