Transit NYC Marathon street closures and traffic guide Runners on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in 1998. Photo Credit: Jeffrey Aaronson / Museum of the City of New York By AMNY.COM October 27, 2015 1:42 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email If you're wondering which streets will be closed in your neighborhood for the New York City Marathon on Sunday -- or you just want to know where you can stand to watch the 50,000 or so runners expected to participate -- look no further. The Department of Transportation has released the following list of street closures for the five boroughs. Also keep in mind that the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge will be closed to traffic from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the day of the marathon. Staten Island Bay Street between Richmond Terrace and School RoadSchool Road between Bay Street and Staten Island Expressway Brooklyn Dahlgren Place between Verrazano Bridge and 92nd Street (North Bound)92nd Street between Dahlgren Place and Fourth AvenueFourth Avenue between 92nd Street and Flatbush AvenueFlatbush Avenue between Fourth Avenue and Lafayette AvenueLafayette Avenue between Flatbush Avenue and Bedford AvenueBrooklyn Queens Expressway (South-bound) between Verrazano Bridge and 79th Street7th Avenue between 79th Street and 75th Street/Bay Ridge Parkway7th Avenue between 74th and 75th Street/Bay Ridge Parkway74th Street between Sixth Avenue and 7th Avenue6th Avenue between 74th Street and 75th Street/Bay Ridge ParkwayBay Ridge Parkway between Seventh Avenue and Fourth Avenue92nd Street between Gatling Place and Fort Hamilton ParkwayFort Hamilton Parkway between 92nd Street and 94th Street94th Street between Fort Hamilton Parkway and Fourth Avenue (North-bound)Fourth Avenue between 94th Street and Flatbush Avenue (South-bound)Bedford Avenue between Lafayette Avenue and Nassau AvenueNassau Avenue between Bedford Avenue/Lorimer Street and Manhattan AvenueManhattan Avenue between Nassau Avenue and Greenpoint AvenueGreenpoint Avenue between Manhattan Avenue and McGuiness BoulevardMcGuiness Boulevard between Greenpoint Avenue and 48th AvenuePulaski Bridge (South-bound) Queens Pulaski Bridge (Southbound)48th Avenue between 11th Street and Vernon BoulevardVernon Boulevard between 48th Avenue and 10th Street10th Street between Vernon Boulevard and 44th Drive44th Drive between 10th Street and Hunter StreetHunter Street between 44th Drive and Crescent StreetCrescent Street between Hunter Street and Queens Plaza SouthQueens Plaza South between Crescent Street and 23rd Street23rd Street between Queens Plaza South and Queens Plaza NorthQueensboro Bridge (East-bound) Manhattan Queensboro Bridge (Vehicle Entrance Ramp East-bound)East 59th Street between 59th Queensboro Bridge Ramp and First AvenueFirst Avenue between East 59th Street and the Willis Avenue BridgeMadison Avenue BridgeFifth Avenue between 138th Street and 124th Street124th Street between Madison Avenue and Mount Morris Park WestMount Morris Park West between 124th Street between 120th Street120th Street between Mount Morris Park West and 5th AvenueFifth Avenue between 120th Street and 90th Street90th Street between Fifth Avenue and East Drive (Central Park South-bound)East Drive between 90th Street and Grand Army PlazaGrand Army Plaza between East Drive and Central Park SouthCentral Park South between Fifth Avenue and Columbus Circle/Eighth Avenue/Central Park WestCentral Park Driveway/Eighth Avenue Approach to West DriveWest Drive between Eighth Avenue Approach and 96th Street Approach to West Drive96th Street Approach to West Drive67th Street Approach to West Drive Bronx Willis Avenue Bridge/Willis AvenueEast 135th Street between Willis Avenue and Alexander AvenueAlexander Avenue between East 135th Street and East 138th StreetEast 138th Street between Alexander Avenue and Morris AvenueMorris Avenue between East 138th Street and East 140th StreetEast 140th Street between Morris Avenue and Rider AvenueRider Avenue between East 140th Street and East 138th StreetEast 138th Street between Rider Avenue and Madison Avenue BridgeMadison Avenue Bridge By AMNY.COM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.