Artists' Soapbox Derby limits traffic, parking in Downtown Kingston
KINGSTON, N.Y. — The annual Artists’ Soapbox Derby, being held today on lower Broadway in Downtown Kingston, will close the following streets to traffic from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• Broadway, from Spring Street to East Strand.
• West Union Street, from Broadway to Abeel Street
• Abeel Street, from Broadway to Post Street.
• West Strand, from Broadway to Dock Street.
Also, there will be no parking allowed from 4 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the following streets.
• Spring Street, both sides, from Broadway to Wurts Street.
• Broadway, both sides, from Spring Street to East Strand,
• West Union Street, both sides, from Broadway to Post Street.
• Post Street, south side, from Abeel Street to Spring Street. Continued...
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