From September 24 to 26, Pope Francis will be coming to New York for the first time ever, making six stops in the city that will result in street closures, public transportation changes and more.
Governor Cuomo’s office is recommending that people take public transportation if they can during the Pope’s visit. For those who have to drive, you can see all of street closures timed to Pope Francis’ schedule below. The MTA and Port Authority have announced they're planning on increasing public transportation options during the visit, but the details have not yet been released.
If you'd like to see Pope Francis during his public appearance in Central Park, here's more information on how to get tickets.