Road closures in Tel Aviv for Gay Pride Parade

June 12, 2015 11:58


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A number of roads around Tel Aviv will be shut down to traffic on Friday due to the Gay Pride Parade.

Bograshov Street will be closed in both directions from King George Street to Ben Yehuda Street. Marmorek Street will be closed from Ibn Gabirol Street to Rothschild Boulevard. Arlozorov Street will be closed from Ibn Gabirol to Hayarkon Street. Ben Yehuda Street will be closed entirely from Allenby Stret to Dizengoff Street. Allenby will be closed from Moshavot Square to Herbert Samuel Boulevard. Roads will also be closed in Jaffa, including a large portion of Jerusalem Boulevard.

Tel Aviv police said parking will not be allowed along the parade route. Any cars parked on the route will be towed.

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