TRAFFIC ADVISORY FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 24TH
Please note that due to a number of high-profile events taking place throughout the City of Kingston today, including the Hudson River Maritime Museum’s Hudson River Day/Boat Building Challenge and the Bob Dylan and His Band concert at Hutton Brickyards, motorists should expect some traffic delays in Downtown Kingston. The following areas are anticipated to experience the most significant delays:
Hudson River Maritime Museum’s Hudson River Day/Boat Building Challenge (50 Rondout Landing)
Start time: 10:00am-5:00pm
As per Executive Order, from 9:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m. on Saturday June 24, 2017, there will be no parking at the following meters on Rondout Landing: 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, and 67.
Concert at Hutton Brickyards (200 North St.)
Gates open: 5:30pm
Most of Delaware Avenue will experience traffic delays. However, all nearby side streets in the Hutton Brickyards/Kingston Point area are likely to see an influx of traffic. Local traffic should use East Strand St. if possible.
As per Executive Order, from 4:30 p.m. through 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 24th, there will be NO PARKING on Delaware Avenue from Lindsley Avenue to Kingston Point, North Street from East Union Street to the Entrance to Hutton Brickyards, Cordts Street from Willow Street to Delaware Avenue, and Willow Street.
Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes when possible.
Update Regarding Saturday Shuttle
The weekly Saturday Shuttle will be operating on a limited schedule today (Saturday, June 24th), ending at 5:30pm. The shuttle, which allows individuals to travel from Uptown, Midtown and Downtown continuously for a one-time fare of $2 for the day, will run from 12:00pm-5:30pm. Riders can hop on the shuttle at the top of each hour on North Front St., along the way at designated shuttle pick up locations or by flagging the bus, and at each half hour in front of Ulster County Tourism. The last shuttle will leave Ulster County Tourism at 5:30pm and will conclude by dropping off the last riders in Uptown.
Thank you for your patience during this busy day and evening in the City of Kingston. Any updates will be provided as soon as possible and made available in the “Latest News” section at www.kingston-ny.gov.