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Posted at 1:15 PM ET, 01/10/2011

BET awards close streets this weekend

By Luke Rosiak

There will be street closures and parking restrictions this weekend downtown in the area of E and 12th streets as the BET Honors take place. The awards ceremony will include television filming. The following streets and sidewalks will be closed:


· E Street, NW and sidewalks between 12th Street and 13th Street, from 12 am on Saturday, January 15 until 6 am Sunday January 16

· 13th Street, NW and sidewalks between Pennsylvania Avenue and F Street, from 6 am Saturday, January 15 until 2 am Sunday, January 16

· North curb lane of Pennsylvania Avenue, NW between 12th and 13th Streets, from 6 am Saturday, January 15 until 2 am Sunday, January 16

· Pennsylvania Avenue, NW between 12th Street and 14th Street, from 12 pm on Saturday, January 15 until 2 am Sunday, January 16

·
North and south curb lanes of Pennsylvania Avenue/E Street, NW between 13th Street and 14th Street, from 12 pm on Saturday, January 15 until 2 am Sunday, January 16

· South curb lane of F Street, NW between 12th Street and 13th Street, from 12 pm on Saturday, January 15 until 2 am Sunday, January 16

· 12th Street, NW between Constitution Avenue and E Street, from 12 pm on Saturday, January 15 until 2 am on Sunday, January 16

These parking restrictions will be in effect:

· East and west curb lanes of 12th Street, NW between E Street and F Street, from 12 am Wednesday, January 12 until 6 am Sunday, January 16

· East curb lane of 13th Street, NW between E and F Street, from 12 am Thursday, January 13 until 6 am Sunday, January 16

· North curb lane of E Street, NW between 12th Street and 13th Street, from 12 am Thursday, January 13 until 6 am Sunday, January 16

By Luke Rosiak  | January 10, 2011; 1:15 PM ET
Categories:  District, Driving, Parking  
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