Headed to Center City this weekend? Here’s what you’ll need to know.
Though performances for the Made in America Festival don’t begin until 2 p.m., area traffic has been diverted since early this morning.
NewsWorks’ content partner, NBC10 has the full listing of closures, detours and public transportation schedules:
21st street between Arch and Spring Garden
22nd Street between Arch and Fairmount
23rd Street between Parkway and Fairmount
24th Street from Fairmount to Pennsylvania
25th Street from Fairmount to Pennsylvania
Spring Garden between 20th and 31st Streets (including Spring Garden Street tunnel)
Kelly Drive from 23rd Street to Fairmount
Martin Luther King Drive from Falls Bridge to the Parkway
Pennsylvania Avenue from Hamilton Street to Fairmount Avenue
Pennsylvania Avenue closed, from 2000 block of Pennsylvania Ave./Callowhill Street, west of Whole Food lot
Park Towne Place from 22nd Street to 24th Street
While the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and intersections adjacent to the festival perimeter will remain closed, including 21st and 22nd streets at the Parkway, intersections beyond the immediate festival area are expected to open to traffic after midnight.
Septa subway trains will be running every five minutes throughout the event. Regional Rail will be running once an hour.
Extra service will be available on subways, trolleys and Norristown High-Speed Line.
For those who want to drive into the city, remote parking is available at the Mann Music Center with shuttle bus service to the concert.
SEPTA urges Regional Rail riders to take advantage of these extra transit services.
Closures will continue through Sunday and even Monday, as the cleanup effort begins.