U.N. General Assembly arrives, along with traffic

Manhattan traffic
Manhattan traffic

The United Nations General Assembly meets this week, meaning dignitaries from all over the globe — as well as their staffs and security details — will descend on New York City, creating untold traffic in Midtown.

The New York Post Has The Information On The Street closures, which could make New Yorkers more frustrated than any geopolitical issue to be discussed at the annual summit.

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The streets closed for the whole week include First Avenue from 42nd Street to 48th, and East 44th, 45th and 46th streets between First and Second avenues, the Post said.

President Obama will address the assembly tomorrow. [Post] Guelda Voien