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Traffic Alert: Road closures taking place Saturday for Arthur Ashe Boulevard unveiling ceremony

Traffic will be affected this weekend as hundreds are expected to attend the Arthur Ashe Boulevard Unveiling Ceremony taking place on Saturday at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture.

RVAHub Staff

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Traffic will be affected this weekend as hundreds are expected to attend the Arthur Ashe Boulevard Unveiling Ceremony taking place on Saturday at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture.

The following streets will be closed beginning at 9:00 AM on Saturday, June 22nd and will reopen at 2:00 PM.

  • Kensington Avenue between North Sheppard and North Mulberry Streets
  • North Arthur Ashe Boulevard (both sides) between Patterson Avenue and Hanover Avenue
  • North Colonial Avenue between Kensington Avenue and Patterson Avenue
  • Stuart Avenue between North Arthur Ashe Boulevard and North Mulberry Street
  • Hanover Avenue between North Arthur Ashe Boulevard and North Mulberry Street

There will be “No Parking” in the following locations beginning at 6:00 AM until 2:00 PM on Saturday, June 22nd.

Boulevard locations:

  • 400 block of North Arthur Ashe Boulevard (both sides) between Kensington Avenue and Stuart Avenue
  • 500 block of North Arthur Ashe Boulevard (west side only) between Patterson Avenue and Kensington Avenue
  • 2800-2900 block of Kensington Avenue (both sides) between North Arthur Ashe Boulevard and North Sheppard Street.

There will be “No Parking” in the following locations beginning at 6:00 AM until 6:00 PM on Saturday, June 22nd.

Battery Park Locations:

  • 2500 block of The Terrace (both sides) between Overbrook and Lancaster Roads
  • 2500 block of Montrose Avenue (both sides) between The Terrace and West Lancaster Road
  • 400 block of West Lancaster Road (both sides) between The Terrace and Montrose Avenue

Arthur Ashe Monument Locations:

  • 900 block of Roseneath Road (west side only) between Monument Avenue and Wythe Avenue

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