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WDKX.com » Blog » Spider-Man Day 3 - Thurs. Street Closures
May 2nd 2013 6:10 am
Spider-Man Day 3 - Thurs. Street Closures
by News


Thursday, May 2 marks day three of filming downtown for the "Amazing Spider-Man 2" movie.

Plenty of people continue to crowd streets and windows surrounding the set to take pictures or videos.

At the same time, some businesses say they're taking a hit from the filming.

The owner of a deli says he's losing about $1,000 a day because most of his regulars can't get to his restaurant.

All the movie production also means more closures of streets downtown.

On Thursday morning, Main Street will be closed from Plymouth Avenue to South Avenue. There will be no separate road closures for afternoon filming.

Thursday street closure
Main St. from Plymouth Ave. to South Ave.
Vehicles will not be permitted.
Pedestrians requiring access to buildings along this
section of Main St. will be directed by Rochester police officers and/or
film production company staff (who will wear identifiable credentials and
be posted at intersections).
Thursday local traffic only access
Montgomery Alley from Church St. to Main St.
School Alley from Main St. to Broad St.
North Fitzhugh St. from Church St. to Main St.
South Fitzhugh St. from Main St. to Broad St.
Pindle Alley from Church St. to Main St.
Irving Pl. from Main St. to W. Broad St.
State St. from Church St. to Main St.
Exchange Blvd. from Main St. to Broad St.
Aqueduct Street from Broad St. to Main St.
Corinthian St.
Basin St.
Local vehicle and pedestrian access to buildings, parking lots and garages on these streets will be permitted.


Closures and restrictions will begin around 5 a.m. and will be lifted around 9 p.m.

A city of Rochester spokesperson advises allowing an extra 20 minutes if you�re headed through downtown during the closures.

Source: 13wham.com