NORTH BROOKLYN – The NYC DOT has announced that the Grand Street Bridge closure has been extended, blocking it to all vehicle, bike and pedestrian traffic until Monday, November 20.
The DOT closed the bridge on November 9, citing a need for “urgent repairs.” The original closure was scheduled to end Monday, November 13, but has now been extended by a week.
The DOT posted about the closure last night on Twitter:
The full vehicular, ped & #bikenyc closures of the #GrandStBridge over Newtown Creek announced on 11/9 has been extended. The full closure will remain in effect through 11/20. Use #MetropolitanAveBridge instead. @NotifyNYC pic.twitter.com/2gqlw9uhRF
— NYC DOT (@NYC_DOT) November 13, 2017
For an alternate route, drivers are advised to used Metropolitan Avenue.
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