Tel Aviv road closures for Gay Pride Parade on Friday

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 13, 2014 08:59

 
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Police on Friday will close various Tel Aviv road in light of the annual Gay Pride Parade, which was is to set off at 1 p.m. from Gan Meir.

According to the Tel Aviv Municipality, authorities will barricade the following streets from motor traffic from noon to 3:30 p.m.:

Allenby Street- from Hamoshavot Square to Herbert Samuel Road;
Arlozorov Street - from Ibn Gvirol Street to Hayarkon Street;
Bogroshov Street - from King George Avenue to Ben Yehuda Street;
Ben Yehuda Street - from Allenby Street to Dizengoff Street;
Hayarkon Street - from Rokah/Ibn Gvirol to Gan Hakovashim;
Herbert Samuel Road/Koifman Street - from Sheleg Square (130 Hayarkon on the corner of Sheleg Street) to Jerusalem Boulevard;
Marmourek Street - from Ibn Gvirol to Rothschild Boulevard;
and Jerusalem Boulevard - from Ben Zvi Boulevard to Eilat Street.

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