LOWER MANHATTAN — The city will mark the 14th anniversary of 9/11 with its annual commemoration ceremony on Friday.
Here's a look at how Manhattan will be affected by street closures on Sept. 11. All roads mentioned below will be closed to car traffic with very limited pedestrian access between 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
► Blocks surrounding the 9/11 Memorial and Museum will be closed to car and foot traffic. That includes the entire area bounded north by Vesey Street, west by West Street, south by Rector Street and east by Broadway.
► The area just south of the WTC complex will also be shuttered. All streets bounded north by Rector Street, west by West Street, south by Battery Place and east by Greenwich Street will be closed.
Other Car Street Closure Include:
► Liberty, Albany and West Thames streets will be closed between West Street and South End Avenue.
► South End Avenue will be shuttered between Liberty and West Thames streets.
► Little West Street is being closed between West Thames and Battery Place.
In addition, several blocks on the Upper West Side will also be closed, from 9 a.m. to noon — Riverside Drive, between 94th Street and 110th Street.